How to Do Squat to Overhead Reach Stretch With Rotation Dynamic
The squat to overhead reach stretch with rotation dynamic should begin with good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.
If any pain is experienced, immediately stop the squat to overhead reach stretch with rotation dynamic.
Beginning Squat to Overhead Reach With Rotation
Stand tall, with your feet properly pointing front and your arms extended overhead, elbows straight.
Squat to Overhead Reach With Rotation Movement
1. Lower into a squat while equally distributing your weight across your feet and reaching for the pole overhead.
2. As you descend down, keep your heels down and don't compensate by allowing your toes to rotate out!
3. Maintain a straight overhead position with your arms. The line of your arms should ideally be parallel to the line of your spine; this is critical for optimum mobility of the shoulders and lat areas of the upper back.
4. Come up as you lower your arms back down, pausing slightly on the bottom to stabilize and control movement.
5. Reps should be 5-10.
Squat to Overhead Reach With Rotation Benefits Squatting for or squatting technique
Upper and lower body assessment.
Mobility and flexibility.
Stability, balance, and focus.