This is a self-stretch and mobility exercise for T-Spine rotation incorporating active reaching.
Half Kneeling KB Halo
This exercise achieves upper mobility and lower body motor control in the half kneeling position.
- Starting Position:
- Half Kneeling
Setup: Get into the half kneeling posture by placing one knee down directly under the hip and the other foot should be in line with the knee, this will create the 90/90 position. Throughout the exercises concentrate on staying as tall as possible creating a straight line from the ear, shoulder, hip, and down knee for proper posture alignment.
Action: Grab a kettlebell by the handles and flip it upside down. Next, slowly start the move the kettlebell around your head making sure the kettlebell moves a dn not your head.
Return: Return to the start position and repeat in the other direction.
This self-limiting exercise helps to expose a lack of motor control and bilateral asymmetries in the Tall Kneeling position.
This helps breakdown any facial restrictions and improve ankle mobility.
This exercise is focused on hip extension on one side while holding reciprocal hip flexion on the opposite side to limit lumbar spine involvement.