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Bones, Memes, and Control: @dr. jacob harden SLIGHT EXTENSION LINE OF DRIVE GOES THROUGH THE BAR BENCH PRESS WRIST POSITION OVEREXTENDED TOO STRAIGHT LINE OF DRIVE IN FRONT N I LINE OF DRIVE BEHIND OF THE BAR THE BAR HOW TO SET YOUR WRISTS FOR BENCH PRESS When you bench, the ⬆line of drive goes through the forearm. For best force transfer, you want that drive going from the forearm and directly into the bar. But subpar wrist positioning can throw off this line and hinder your progression. And let's be honest, bringing up our poverty bench is hard enough already.πŸ™πŸ˜’πŸ˜­ . There are 3 common positions we see: . ❌Overextended: This is the common culprit in causing wrist pain when benching. You have 8 carpal bones as a part of the wrist joint. And the compression of the weight coupled with overextension can quickly lead to pinching irritation.😣πŸ’₯ . ❌Too Straight: This position is less common to see and often happens when people try to overcorrect their wrists. Here, the line of drive is behind the bar and you have an increased chance of losing control and dropping it on your chest.😲 . βœ…Slightly Extended: Here you see the bar and forearm line up beautifully. You are in a good position to avoid impingement and you get optimal force transfer to make all the gainz!πŸ’ͺ . So start working on your wrist positioning and get that bench press moving on up! Tag a friend who needs to improve their bench and share the wealth! . MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox
Bones, Memes, and Control: @dr. jacob harden
 SLIGHT EXTENSION
 LINE OF DRIVE GOES
 THROUGH THE BAR
 BENCH PRESS WRIST POSITION
 OVEREXTENDED
 TOO STRAIGHT
 LINE OF DRIVE IN FRONT
 N I
 LINE OF DRIVE BEHIND
 OF THE BAR
 THE BAR
HOW TO SET YOUR WRISTS FOR BENCH PRESS When you bench, the ⬆line of drive goes through the forearm. For best force transfer, you want that drive going from the forearm and directly into the bar. But subpar wrist positioning can throw off this line and hinder your progression. And let's be honest, bringing up our poverty bench is hard enough already.πŸ™πŸ˜’πŸ˜­ . There are 3 common positions we see: . ❌Overextended: This is the common culprit in causing wrist pain when benching. You have 8 carpal bones as a part of the wrist joint. And the compression of the weight coupled with overextension can quickly lead to pinching irritation.😣πŸ’₯ . ❌Too Straight: This position is less common to see and often happens when people try to overcorrect their wrists. Here, the line of drive is behind the bar and you have an increased chance of losing control and dropping it on your chest.😲 . βœ…Slightly Extended: Here you see the bar and forearm line up beautifully. You are in a good position to avoid impingement and you get optimal force transfer to make all the gainz!πŸ’ͺ . So start working on your wrist positioning and get that bench press moving on up! Tag a friend who needs to improve their bench and share the wealth! . MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox

HOW TO SET YOUR WRISTS FOR BENCH PRESS When you bench, the ⬆line of drive goes through the forearm. For best force transfer, you want that d...

Comfortable, Memes, and Sorry: How To Foam Roll For IT Band Syndrome @dr.jacob en quaddoc WHAT FOAM ROLLING ACTUALLY DOES Wow! There were over 1600 comments on last night's IT band post! Thank you guys for coming through with the engagement.πŸ™β€ From reading through all of those, I think we need to talk a bit about self myofascial release, aka foam rolling as demonstrated here by @quaddoc. . The name is a misnomer. We aren't really "releasing" anything. In fact it takes about 2000 pounds of force to stretch and deform fascia. So that little roller is not going to lengthen and loosen it.πŸ™… Likewise, we can't break up fascial adhesions. Not by hand, tool, or PVC pipe. We just can't generate enough force. . So foam rolling does not create physical change in your tissues. Then what does it do?πŸ˜• . It works by altering the input to your nervous system. When you roll over your muscles, you send an ⚑input to your brain that then sends a signal back to give a temporary relaxation. It also dampens pain signals temporarily which is why you feel better for a little bit afterwards. . This has a few implications for us. πŸ”ΉYou don't have to destroy your muscles. Provide just enough input to get an effect. πŸ”ΉYou don't need to roll for an hour. 30 seconds to a minute is enough. πŸ”ΉSince we aren't making physical change, rolling isn't going to prevent injury. It just helps reduce the perception of tightness. πŸ”ΉThis is all temporary. If you don't fix the underlying cause as to why you feel tight, nothing will change. So use the roller for what it is. It can be a great tool to make you more comfortable while you work on the real issues. Tomorrow we dive into movement and start making some real long term change. Tag a friend who likes to foam roll and share the wealth! . MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox PS...Sorry for talking so fast. I had to speed up the video a little to get it in the time cap.πŸ˜…
Comfortable, Memes, and Sorry: How To Foam Roll
 For IT Band Syndrome
 @dr.jacob en quaddoc
WHAT FOAM ROLLING ACTUALLY DOES Wow! There were over 1600 comments on last night's IT band post! Thank you guys for coming through with the engagement.πŸ™β€ From reading through all of those, I think we need to talk a bit about self myofascial release, aka foam rolling as demonstrated here by @quaddoc. . The name is a misnomer. We aren't really "releasing" anything. In fact it takes about 2000 pounds of force to stretch and deform fascia. So that little roller is not going to lengthen and loosen it.πŸ™… Likewise, we can't break up fascial adhesions. Not by hand, tool, or PVC pipe. We just can't generate enough force. . So foam rolling does not create physical change in your tissues. Then what does it do?πŸ˜• . It works by altering the input to your nervous system. When you roll over your muscles, you send an ⚑input to your brain that then sends a signal back to give a temporary relaxation. It also dampens pain signals temporarily which is why you feel better for a little bit afterwards. . This has a few implications for us. πŸ”ΉYou don't have to destroy your muscles. Provide just enough input to get an effect. πŸ”ΉYou don't need to roll for an hour. 30 seconds to a minute is enough. πŸ”ΉSince we aren't making physical change, rolling isn't going to prevent injury. It just helps reduce the perception of tightness. πŸ”ΉThis is all temporary. If you don't fix the underlying cause as to why you feel tight, nothing will change. So use the roller for what it is. It can be a great tool to make you more comfortable while you work on the real issues. Tomorrow we dive into movement and start making some real long term change. Tag a friend who likes to foam roll and share the wealth! . MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox PS...Sorry for talking so fast. I had to speed up the video a little to get it in the time cap.πŸ˜…

WHAT FOAM ROLLING ACTUALLY DOES Wow! There were over 1600 comments on last night's IT band post! Thank you guys for coming through with the ...