A New Cue for Hip Stability
We’ve worked on the Single-leg Good Morning/Hip-Hinge/Warrior III (depending which discipline you follow) before, but we’re back today with a neat little trick to keep your pelvis level during the movement. Using a mirror is great for visual feedback, and I would usually ask you to keep the foot of your trail leg pointed downwards during the movement. When you find something that really works, though, things have to be updated.
Create a level for your pelvis by placing both of your hands (palms facing out) right above your glutes (at the small of your back). Now, as you complete the movement standing on one leg, it will be very evident if you drop or elevate one side of your pelvis. Voila!