A lack of hip mobility, weak spinal stabilization and weak hip flexors combine here.
Do you see the “big clue?”
Hint – when we adjusted the hurdle height down to about 5-6″, we saw the same clue repeated. Even after cueing the correction, it quickly returned.
We’ll employ a regimen of hip mobility, core strength/recruitment and hip flexor strengthening (not tightening ) to help correct the strength/mobility deficits.
If you see the tell-tale sign I’m referring to, comment with it below.