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  • Do you lack hip internal rotation? Why improving your walk improves mobility?

    Posted by Max on March 17, 2023 at 10:46 pm

    Internal rotation of the hip refers to the rotational movement of the hip joint when the femur (thigh bone) rotates inward towards the body’s midline. This movement is essential for various functional activities, such as walking, running, climbing stairs & many forward locomotive activities.

    Improving someone’s walking or gait pattern can help them acquire mobility and reduce pain in several ways:

    1. Improved alignment: Walking with an improper gait pattern can lead to misalignment of the joints, which can cause pain and discomfort. Improving gait patterns can help improve joint alignment and reduce pain.
    2. Increased muscle strength and control: Improving gait patterns can also help improve muscle strength and power, which can help support the joints and reduce the risk of injury.
    3. Reduced stress on joints: Walking with an improper gait pattern can put excessive pressure on certain joints, leading to pain and discomfort. Improving gait patterns can help distribute weight and stress evenly across the joints, reducing pain.
    4. Improved mobility: Improving gait patterns can help improve overall mobility and make it easier for an individual to perform functional activities such as walking, running, and climbing stairs. This can help reduce pain and increase independence.
    5. The quieted version of the walk directly applies to the sprint. The walk tends to dissipate before the run, in athletes losing their natural movement. If someone can master their walk, then they will eventually be able to master their sprint. The walk ultimately heals the body and is the best thing we can do naturally to heal and recover the body.
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