Neutral alignment? Perfect technique?
Neutral alignment? Perfect technique? These are all things to work on but if you restrict your movement to the perfect push up, squat, deadlift etc what happens when life throws you a curve ball?…you injure yourself. If you always train for perfect technique you make yourself more fragile. 👣 As a paramedic I found myself having to lift people out of some pretty unusual spots…I once picked up an old lady who had fallen in the toilet…there was no room so I had one foot in the toilet bowl (yes I flushed first). Deadlifting in this position is not a problem if it’s trained for. It takes time but your ligaments, tendons…and most importantly you neurological control can adapt to movement in any position. There are no poor movements…just poor preparation for movement. 🏋🏽 As an osteopath I use my wrists every day, the sports I do involve a high risk of wrist injuries, so I train for it. If I fall on the back of my hand it’s not a problem as I’ve already developed the mobility and control to withstand it. Does your training prepare you for life’s slip ups?