Training the Posterior Chain
In modern timess we sit too much and normally train our anterior chain due to which posterior chain is not trained and remains weak. This leads to poor postures like anterior pelvic tilt or thoracic rounding or rounded shoulders or forward head which can cause injuries, pain in shoulder, hip, knees or lower back.
Training glues, paraspinals, hamstring, whole back (posterior chain) improves structural imbalances and improve our funtional performance in day to day activities.
The most powerful fast twitch fibres, the hip and back extensors, if trained well provide power and strength to whole body.
Few excellent exercises which can streghthen posterior chain, structural balance and improve performance are stiff legged deadlifts, good mornings, conventional deadlift, kettlebell swings, glute ham raises, sprints, jumps, sled work