Updated: Apr 8, 2021
Here we are developing ankle, knee and hip ideal alignment during various single leg focused exercises. The exercise provides kinaesthetic feedback to Zoe so she is aware of where her knee should be and how it feels in that position.
When you have been repeatedly performing a specific movement for many years, that movement pattern becomes engrained in your neuromuscular system and becomes a natural motoring pattern recruitment process.
It takes 5,000 repetitions to break a bad habit of movement, and 300 to create a new one! A movement you have been doing your whole life, won’t be solved in just a few hours of training.
Improving your alignment and your recruitment process will in turn improve your strength, stability, your ability to absorb and generate power and thus, enhance your overall sports performance.⠀