https://vimeo.com/458839463 Piriformis is tricky to self-assess the tightness of, but here Ulrik takes Whitney through…
How’s your Trendy Hip?
Did you know that most people have one hip that is more “Trendy” than the other?
One hip may demonstrate what textbooks have long called ‘The Trendelenburg Sign” – or as we like to say, be the more “Trendy Hip”.The “Trendy Hip” often exhibits signs of a classic muscle imbalance: Tensor Fascia Lata (‘TFL”) dominating Gluteus Medius. So, TFL is overactive, and the Gluteus Medius is weak and inhibited. If this imbalance is reeking havoc with your hip / pelvis / low back and lower limb, you will probably see one or more of these biomechanical changes that all lead to structural overload and create various injuries:
|Practice your Skills Of Seeing with our 5 Classic Muscle Imbalaes that we have named and shamed in our recent series. If you missed some of them go back to our Videos room on the website to refresh your memory.|