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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing When Form 2220 Resolve

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What's up guys jeff cavaliere athleanx.com another video for you today to cover the butt wink we know it's one of the most characteristic flaws of a squat especially the deeper that you get but what causes it and more so what can you do about it first of all let's take a look at the butt wing for those of you who aren't familiar with it as you can see when I'm going down into the squat all looks good I've got a nice proper arch in my lumbar spine my butt is back but when I hit a certain depth there's the wink the weight comes from the pelvis changing position from an anterior tilt into a posterior tilt but you can see as I come back added that I can pretty much immediately reestablish that positioning again the proper position back into into an anterior tilt so what's the issue I can tell you right off the bat guys it's not a strength issue matter of fact strength issues more so when your knees cave in at the bottom of a squat basically to help give you a better mechanical advantage to push out if you have weak quads but that's not what's happening here what's happening here is we're getting this again change of the pelvis position and I can tell you it's more of a mobility or flexibility issue so let's take a look at the board as we all know here as a PT I like to look at things like a kinetic chain because that's what we are we're one smooth kinetic chain from the point of contact with the ground to us however tall or however long our limbs are and all of our forces ride up and down that kinetic chain...

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