Some of the most powerful anatomical and neurological linkages within the body are crossing over the body's center line. They are involved with rotational movement patterns.
Most movements that require power in sports are rotational, such as running, throwing, kicking or punching.
So how to activate the essential muscle connections that are involved in rotation?
In other words, what kind of exercises might help us prepare for rotational sports or even for a functional conditioning workout?
Here are some of the rotational medicine ball wall throws that we really like as a part of the dynamic warm up.
Recommended reading for accurate anatomical descriptions of the myofascial connections: Anatomy Trains by Thomas Myers.
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