After the last two movements, you should be ready for the peanut. This one is a staple in a lot of my rehab protocols. You’ll need two tennis balls or two lacrosse balls taped together. Here’s a video to show you how to do that. Note that two lacrosse balls will be a lot more intense than tennis balls. This protocol will be pretty great.
Lets help your hip flexors and quads recover. Grab a bench, couch, friend, or chair and stretch out your quads and hip flexors. This will be pretty vital, especially if you plan on re-testing this one. Most people are familiar with this one, but if not click this link for a video.
This workout is very intense on the spine. Loading from the top down, sustained loaded extension, and- let’s be honest here - lots of extension while grinding through the HSPU can very easily lead to spinal fixations, pain, and dysfunction. Chiropractic adjustments can help you recover not just your spine, but your nervous system too. Our office specializes in athletic performance.
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