Reconditioning Hockey Hamstrings

A couple of our tissue remodeling movements for the posterior chain that I have taken from Anthony Donskov that we use early in the off-season with the goal to undue the chronic postural imbalances that the sport of hockey places on the athlete.

We are calling these either Single-Leg or 2-Leg Hanging Leg curls. Because hockey players live in a flexed hip position all season long and tend to have inhibited hamstrings, these really left our group sore the following days, even though they look simple and innocent, proving how little the hockey athlete accesses their hamstrings throughout the in-season period.

The goals of this are simple;

✅ facilitate the hamstring

✅ reorient the pelvis

✅ inhibit the overworked hip flexors

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