Lowering from the Lockout into the Rack Position – 005 – Kettlebell Sport Science

Lowering from the Lockout into the Rack Position – 005 – Kettlebell Sport Science

Continuing our discussion regarding lumber hyperextension (with a brief detour in episode 004),  we look at ways that we can diminish this while lowering from the lockout position into the rack position.

Key points from today’s episode:

  • Softer “landings are safer”
  • Contract abdomen to avoid excessive lumbar extension
  • I’m having more fun editing these videos.

 


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Dr. Eric St-Onge

Dr. Eric St-Onge graduated with a B.Sc. (Hon) from McMaster University, and subsequently obtained his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from New York Chiropractic College. He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA. Dr. St-Onge understands that there is no single method that will treat all injuries and movement dysfunctions. This is why he uses an integrative approach to care. A lifelong learner, he is determined to make the best decisions for his patients for the best outcomes. He recently completed a 2-year intensive post-graduate Sports Sciences fellowship at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Dr. St-Onge competed internationally in Kettlebell Sport, a form of weightlifting. He has also achieved the North American record in one of the events. Dr. St-Onge has endured sport injuries himself and understands the physical and emotional strain that come along with it. He abides by the rule that the best way to treat an injury is to prevent it all together.
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