Willst Du die Bälle aus der Luft pflücken wie C. Ronaldo?
Dafür brauchst Du neben einer brutalen Ballkontrolle auch die nötige Beweglichkeit.
Dynamisches Beweglichkeitstraining bringt dich auf das nächste Level!
Aside from bigger compound movements such as squats, deadlifts, hip-thrusts. The cable pull-through is a great accessory movement to finish up some glute work. In fact, it can also be utilized as a pre- activation drill for the glutes.
When performing this movement make sure you’re not over thrusting at the top movement. This will lead to hyperextending your lumbar and lack of glute activation.
Instead, thrust until you’re in an upright position with your back in neutral position or shoulders stacked over hips. During the eccentric portion make sure you’re hip hinging letting the cable pull your arms through until you feel the hammies pull without rounding your back.
Then immediately thrust forward by squeezing your glutes to bring you back to the starting positing but don’t OVER thrust to get the best out the movement.
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#TBT NCAA XC 2016: PATRICK TIERNAN OF VILLANOVA CRUSHES CHESEREK’S HOPES TO BECOME FIRST TO WIN FOUR CONSECUTIVE CROSS COUNTRY TITLES
The race was very exciting. Tiernan, coming off of the Rio Olympics that summer, had only one goal in mind — beat Oregon’s Edward Cheserek for the crown. The race was slow in the early kilometers, largely due to a strong wind, with the front pack crossing 3K in 9:06 and 5K in 15:17. After 6K, Tiernan made his first move and quickly broke up the field with a strong surge to the lead. It eventually was just 3 men: Cheserek, Syracuse’s Justyn Knight, and Tiernan. Then as they hit 8K (23:51), Cheserek dropped off the back and only Knight remained with Tiernan. His strength proved to be greater than Knight’s as Knight’s notorious fast-finish wasn’t going to help him today and Tiernan secured his first NCAA title in his final race of his career as a collegiate runner with 29:22. The final 4K (or 2.5 miles) was run at a 4:25 mile average, which is about 13:45 5-kilometer pace. Knight took second and will be looking to improve upon that by one position this Saturday.
🥇 29:22 Patrick TIERNAN (Villanova)
🥈 29:27 Justyn KNIGHT (Syracuse)
🥉 29:48 Edward CHESEREK (Oregon)