Hip Health

Updated: Oct 14, 2020

I wanted to share this little routine I've put together, as I work to loosen up my tight hip flexors. If, like me, you are very tight in the front of the hips, the chances are you could benefit from adding more adductions, abductions, and glute isolations to your workouts. This will help stabilise the pelvis and, in combination with the right stretches, can help release tension or gripping in the hip flexors. Start with 8 reps of each move on either side, and work up to 2 sets of 12 reps. These classic moves may look simple, but DON'T BE FOOLED! If you perform them accurately they will burn like hell!


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