In cutting edge strength & fitness/sports specific training and adaptation, there is an ever increasing awareness and attention to the muscles along the rear of the human anatomy. The reasoning behind this is to strengthen these muscles in order to help minimise the risk and incidence of injury in this area. However, from observations made, this practice is not inclusive enough in its scope.
While Bodii training focuses very heavily on the posterior chain, it does in fact extend beyond most accepted practices. Where such techniques tend to include only the muscles of the lower back, gluteals and hamstrings, Bodii reaches to the calves/achilles tendons at the lower end, and to the curves of the thoracic and cervical spine at the top end. A complete emphasis that better ensures consistent flexibility and mobility ranges in this vitally important, and oftentimes injury prone functional muscular sequence.
One example can be seen below in the calf raise/hamstrings stretch slideshow, and although range of movement is not great, loads are substantial.