1) Overhead Mobility Restrictions:
2) Hip Extension Limitations:
3) Lack of Neutral Spine and Pelvic Strength, Endurance Motor Control:
4) Too Much Load:5) Poor Volume and Load Management:
Applying the right stress in the right amounts while allowing adequate recovery between bouts is a huge player in progression and injury reduction. I’ve written about this extensively in the past and the literature is quite clear (2, 3, 4) in this regard. Proper programming and periodization is enormous.
If you’d like to see how I manage lower back volume and load as part of a comprehensive training program for my athletes then click HERE.
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