The biggest mistake triathletes make in trying to fix their weak glutes is believing that they’re actually weak in the first place!
There problem is that the health and fitness industries are only testing the muscle function in one direction and from one position.
If the outcome is that the muscle is not producing sufficient power, it is labelled ‘weak’ and the logical progression from here is to strengthen it.
But what if it’s not actually weak?
What if it’s being restricted from somewhere else?
If you were a fantastic runner, but you were forced to run with your hands fixed inside your trouser pocket, you’d run slower wouldn’t you?
There’d be nothing wrong with your legs, but if the only test available was the time taken from point A to point B, then once your slower time was recorded, you’d be more than likely put into some sort of speed training exercises, rather than dealing with the actual problem.
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