The Kinstretch system utilizes isometrics movements near, and at your end ranges of motion to build a more capable body. These movement paths help us move from one base position to the next while teaching better control of our bodies.
The hip 90/90 isometric movement path through the bear base position is one of my favorites. It offers us the opportunity to learn how to disassociate our hips from each other while building mobility of flexion, abduction, internal rotation of one hip while the other does flexion, adduction, and internal rotation. All very important motions for a healthy hip!
Check the video below for the proper technique on how to do this exercise.
Move Well, Stay Strong.
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