Hip Rotators: Friend or Foe?
  • Hip Rotators: Friend or Foe?
    Learn about the hip rotators as they relate to performance training. In this session from the NSCA’s 2016 National Conference, Michael Griffith explains the limitations of the hip external rotators and how this can impede performance and lead to injury. This session will also provide eccentric drills and exercises for the hip rotators.
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    About the Author:

    Michael Griffith, MS, PT, CSCS

    Michael Griffith a Licensed Physical Therapist and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist® (CSCS®) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) with over 16 years of experience working with sports rehabilitation and performance training. His area of expertise is lower extremity biomechanics, carrying out comprehensive 3D analysis and performance profiles of athletes, and developing ab power and definition. He also serves as a consultant to professional athletes, teaches continuing education courses to rehabilitation professionals and strength coaches, and is a speaker for NSCA state clinics. He is the creator of “3D Abs: Core Training for Performance and Definition” and “3D Legs: Lower Extremity Training for Performance.”

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      Yes Can we please have the PPT presentation? The information he's referencing to seems to rely heavily on presentation that we can only see about 6 -8 slides total.

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      Can you also post the presentation itself, so we may see the pictures he references? Incidentally, the "REFERENCES" along with its arrow has its own Div tag, but isn't a link.

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