Tutorial squeezing of the, but we all hear it in every class all the time, but sometimes you have to acquaint yourself to what? We're actually squeezing the butt. Now I am actually going to ask you all to put your hands. Yeah, in the cracky, but way low. All right? That's what you're pulling together.
I know it's a little graphic, but I want you to really put and acquaint yourself with what it really means to squeeze down low, where the hamstring connects to the bottom glutes. All right? That's what you want to work that drawing together without letting your thigh muscles churn out. This is in parallel. Harder to squeeze in parallel. All right, the image, put a diamond in it. That's a slim piece.
It's not released. As you take your plea a, it's squeezed it squeezed Sierra, look at, okay. That spread you squeeze, it narrows the hips. That'll give you an incentive. All right? It's easier to squeeze and feel the turnout. There's a turnout. There's parallel, but you're not releasing it and give it to the back. All right, squeeze to turn out. Keep it squeezed. N Let's take that turnout.
Keep it squeezed. A little knee bend. Yeah.
Think leg and foot work. Right. Squeeze.
Squeeze. Now I'm not tucking though. You need that. When we do roll up exercises here, it's just that bottom that you had your CD in and then you keep that tight as the knees ban, so ideally stomach, but during all the leg and foot work, right? Squeeze. There's bolts there, connecting side and you really feel that, but drawing you back in. All right. Parallel, like I said, is harder. Put a little energy in your toe. The setup, narrow those butt muscles back and draw so you can sort of relax the butters. You're changing feed position, but if you're doing 10 or 12 reps, don't grab it. I don't even know how to do it wrong. I guess. What do people do? Oh yeah, you lose it on the way in.
You do that, you come back and I see you, which is better than nothing, but if you can get it in your mind, and especially in flex Relevate right. If you can do, sometimes we do these in progression. Here's me losing it and grabbing it. Losing it. No, keep it all tight. All right, I am not talking. Keep that all tight. Now you got everything working.
The whole body is engaged and we always see, like I said earlier about hearing about the bud, but you must feel that. You must feel that in prehensile too, in all of the leg and foot work, right, right. Where that hamstring connects into the glutes, it'll really slim the outside of your thighs. Trust me, they are, everything's connected as you know, all we really feel that, hey, some is coming. You know, everything's going to get shorter and shorter. Alright, now remember I said we're not talking though. You know, in the old, when I first started Joe polarities had everybody talk cause you wanted that back flattened out and you know what, it's not really good and all this, you know, neutrals, Betty. Yeah, yeah, yeah. But, but, but uh, but I keep saying, but now, yeah, cause I'm teaching you bet. But when we do roll a backs and up, we had risk. What?
You must engage the pelvis in a different gear.
If you wanted to release me, you didn't lose it here. But as soon as I start, see that soon as I start that, you need that to protect your back. You cannot roll up with the back in neutral or you'd be coming up in a flat back, low back. Squeeze it, squeeze it more. Now you'll engage. You were in a thighs to told you everything was connected. Head squeeze. See that tuck there? I lost it. That is a roll up.
You were squeezing that dine. It helps to fill yourself up, didn't it? Cause I can feel
That shows you how high that butt gets released. Now it's spread points. Squeeze the bud. Flex, squeeze the bud. Point. I'm not. This is how high my blood gets as they flex. And point. It pulls you away from the floor every time you squeeze it. But you're doing a budget exercise.
So in leg and foot work point squeeze C, isn't that awesome? Please squeeze your butt the knee.