Fx fit training at Melbourne Osteohealth provides a solid base for injury recovery, rehabilitation and development of optimal mobility and function. Training proper technique and ideal execution of specific functional exercises helps develop good movement patterns and loading strategies to minimise your risk of overload and injury.

The hip hinge exercise teaches proper forward bending from the hips. This is the basis for many common exercises like kettle swings, squats and dead lifts. By improving how you bend forward from the hips, you improve your chances of avoiding back injury, hip and groin pain.

Props can be used (like in this video) to help maintain a straight spine and this exercise can be made easier or more difficult depending on your abilities.

DISCLAIMER: The information provided is for information purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical or physical therapy advice, diagnosis or treatment. If you are unsure of the suitability of this advice for you, always seek the personalised advice of a qualified health professional.

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