Corrective Exercise: How to Detect Tightness in Adductor Magn...

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A quick video to touch on how to detect tightness in the adductor magnus. Decreased internal hip rotation f...
A quick video to touch on how to detect tightness in the adductor magnus. Decreased internal hip rotation from the supine postion and knee/femur movement during the overhead squat assessment can help you identify an over-active or "tight" adductor magnus. It gets a bit quiet in the middle:) Special thanks to fellow "A-teamer" Mariana Conway! *******ericbeard**** and *******nasmproateam.blogspot**** for more.
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