Bridges with a Block

We all perform bridges in our movement practices. By placing a block under one foot, it creates more hip extension in the hip on the side without the block. The objective is to maintain the pelvis level from ASIS to ASIS (anterior superior iliac spine, front of the pelvis at the top right to left side). Perform the bridge three to four times with both feet planted. Focus on the levleness of the pelvis. Then add challenges of maintaining the elevation and levelness of the pelvis and lift one foot off the mat (the one not on the block) and roll down with the foot staying very low. Try not to lift the knee or foot height that increases the hip flexion of the free leg.

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