- This exercise incorporates 3 Way Foot Position Integration for Athletes Posterior Chain Series
- Front leg pull and back leg push: Emphasize the importance of engaging both the front and back legs during the squeeze exercise. The front leg should be pulling or drawing inward, while the back leg should be pushing or extending outward. This combination creates tension and stability, allowing for better control and power in the movement.
- Pulsing squeeze: Encourage the athlete to perform the squeeze exercise in a pulsing fashion. Rather than holding the squeeze statically, they should contract and release the muscles rhythmically. This pulsing action adds dynamicity to the exercise and helps develop muscular endurance and control.
- Three-way foot position integration: Explain the concept of three-way foot position integration to the athlete. This refers to utilizing different foot positions during the squeeze exercise to target various muscle groups. Encourage them to experiment with foot positioning, such as pointing toes inward, outward, or straight ahead, to engage different areas of the lower body, including the inner and outer thighs, glutes, and calves. Emphasize the importance of maintaining balance and stability while switching between foot positions.