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Triple Flexion For Force Absorption

PREVIEW: Force Production Is Expressed Through Extension, Force Absorption Through Flexion.


The more effecient you are at absorbing energy, the more capable you will be in creating it.


In this post we teach you how to condition the muscles responsible for absorbing energy in the lower extremeity.


WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM TRAINING TRIPLE FLEXION?


  • Track & Field Athletes

  • Hockey, Basketball & Football Players

  • Runners

  • Strength & Power Athletes


Basically everyone who processes any athletic endeavour, regardless of age. In fact, it stands to reason that even older ones who are at risk of falling stand to benefit from strengthening the muscles responsible for Triple Flexion.


Think of Force Absorption & Triple Flexion as the Brakes on a Ferrari.

A persons ability to absorb force has large implications for injury prevention as well as athletic performance.


TRAINING TRIPLE FLEXION IN THE LOWER EXTREMITY


EXERCISE #1 Ankle Dorsiflexion

Perform: 3x15 with 10% Bodyweight



EXERCISE #2 Knee Flexion

Perform: 3x10 with 50% Bodyweight


The Hamstrings have dual function: Extension of the Hip & Flexion of the Knee. The Nordic Hamstring Curl challenges both functions simultaneously - making it a very difficult movement perscription. If your new to the Nordic Hamstring Curl; it may be beneficial to begin with Lying Hamstring Curls. You can superset them with Back Extensions! 🔥


EXERCISE #3 Hip Flexion

Try This: 3x10 with 15% Bodyweight



Dedicate time to improving your ability to absorb force; we guarantee a reduction in risk of injury & improvement in athletic performance.


More Power To You




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