Hamstring Assessments & Progressions

Jules Mitchell

Hamstring Assessments & Progressions

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Style Hatha, Lectures
Duration 20 mins

The proximal posterior hip is a common site of aggravation in injury in yoga. Learn what it is about your practice that might contribute to high hamstring tendinopathy and how you can adjust your practice to mitigate or resolve some of the symptoms.

From Yoga Biomechanics in Action with Jules Mitchell, a 9-class, Level 1, Hatha, Lecture program. Gain access to the full program by upgrading to the ENHANCED membership level or by purchasing streaming access.

Focus poses Bridge / Setu Bandha SarvangasanaLow Lunge / AnjaneyasanaSun Salutations
Muscles & joints Calves, Glutes, Hamstrings

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    jules in case of very tight hamstring which is not flexible.should we do strengthening with isometrics,cocontractions or concentrics OR just focus on gaining flexibilty as it to stiff and tight?
    please clear the doubt.