Dayle working on his “butterfly” kip
Tight quads? Go hang out on your couch!
“A good majority of the athletic population is in anterior tilt. Low back injuries in sports and weight training are often related to poor gluteal function, and a lack of rectus abdominus/external oblique contribution to “bracing.” Essentially, our body only has one stabilization pattern — the low back. When the glutes are shut off, not only is the low back called upon to stabilize the load, but it”s often thrown into the mix as a hip and trunk extensor as well. “
Above is a short excerpt from an excellent Testosterone nation article. Click (here) to view the article in its entirety. Note: Good content but not always work/family safe.