Thanks to Brian Schiff for this idea! Here is a great corrective exercise for rotatory instability.
This could be a great alternative to someone who scores a asymmetrically on the RS test of the FMS. However, if that is not your screen, people who note asymmetry or difficulty with a Pallof press, Baby Get up, or any test of rotatory stability competence would benefit from this.
Kettlebell Press for Rotatory Instability
- bottoms up
- straighten knees
- various degrees of hip flexion
- lighter bell
- theraband (or even no weight)
- feet on the ground
It's harder than it looks! Try it and let me know what you think!
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