A training tip from ClinicalAthlete Provider Dr. Matthew DiLallo of Performance and Wellness Chiropractic in Palm Beach Gardens, FL: "Glute Ham Raises are one of the best ways to strengthen and train the posterior chain. There is very little spinal load which means less shearing forces in the low back.

A movement tip from ClinicalAthlete Provider Dr. Matthew DiLallo of Performance and Wellness Chiropractic in Palm Beach Gardens, FL: " 'Riding the Horse' is one of our favorites for working on the hip hinge archetype. The band (around our hips) helps to cue glute activation/hip extension via Reactive Neuromuscular Training (RNT).

A training tip from ClinicalAthlete Provider Maurits Kool of Fysiotherapeut MK Performance Fysiotherapie in Holland: "A common mechanical mistake in the deadlit is 'starting the back pull to early. Notice his shoulders starting to move back over the bar early in the pull.

A training tip from ClinicalAthlete Provider Dr. Quinn Henoch, PT of Juggernaut Training Systems in Orange County, CA: "Accessory posterior chain work should involve some eccentric training. RDLs are a great choice. So are GHD Curls - shown here. I inhale fully at the bottom, and exhale forcefully coming up, in order to maintain core tension.

A training tip from ClinicalAthlete Provider Dr. Eric Lagoy, PT of Performance Physical Therapy in Hamden, CT: ""Maintaining tension right off the floor. I'm focusing on long arms, pulling bar into my shins with lats, and deep bracing/breathing. Weight is light but a few sets of these and I'm ready for bed.

A movement & mobility tip from ClinicalAthlete Provider Dr. Zach Long, PT (AKA TheBarbellPhysio) of the Carolina Sports Clinic in Charlotte, NC: "Why do I so frequently talk about the importance of testing an athletes hip hinge? Cause it is the foundation of SOOO many athletic moves.