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The hip hinge is one of the 6 major foundational movement patterns that everybody should be able to perform. This movement will benefit everybody, from the elite athlete, to the average gym-goer, to your everyday person who simply wants to perform basic daily tasks and feel good while doing so. Unfortunately, very few people are able to perform this fundamental movement.
The single leg RDL is one of the most beneficial hip hinging exercises you can do, but most people, including many fitness professionals, coaches, and athletes, totally butcher this exercise. In this article, Joel Seedman provides some extremely crucial, and often overlooked tips, that will help you learn how to perform the single leg RDL. He also details how you can determine whether a person has mastered this incredibly useful and effective exercise.
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