Movements everyone should be able to do
No matter if your fitness level, there are a few moves everyone should be able to do with ease. They serve as a foundation for everything else. Here’s one of those moves along with common mistakes, courtesy of Greatest.com:
Why? Assess core strength.
How-To: From a facedown position, use your forearms and toes to lift your entire body off the ground. Engage your core, and keep elbows directly under your shoulders and forearms and hands parallel. Maintain a neutral neck position, keeping your back flat and ankles flexed at 90-degree angles.
•Common Mistake: You hike your hips.
What It Means: Whether your hips sag or you hike them, the issue is basically the same: a lack of core strength.
• Common Mistake: Your shoulders are not directly over your elbows.
What It Means: Leaning back, so that your elbows are more forward, might feel easier, but it’s actually putting excessive strain on your shoulders. It also means you’re not engaging the muscles that surround your shoulder blades (i.e. not ‘packing’ them), and the muscles of your shoulder girdle may be weak.
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