In today’s video my amazing wife Angela Roberts takes you through an awesome hip flexibility and mobility routine that she used to help fix and unlock her tight hips. Try this hip flexibility routine 3-4 times per week to increase your hip flexibility and decrease injuries.
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As we age, our flexibility decreases, which can lead to more injuries and muscle imbalances in some cases.
When most people hear the term ‘flexibility’, they tend to think about whether you can bend over and touch your toes without letting your knees bend.
Or, they may think about how much you can bend your upper torso from side to side.
As it so happens, usually the strongest of individuals – those who have been training for years and have developed a significant level of lean muscle mass – are typically those that tend to have the worst flexibility.
This is thanks to the fact that over time as they have continued to build up tension in their muscles, which did lead to that muscle growth, it also led to the muscle fibers becoming slightly shorter and having a lower overall range of motion.
Flexibility refers to how great of a range of motion you can move your various body parts through comfortably and with ease
Flexibility is important for many reasons, including minimizing risk of injuries during exercise (and even just regular daily activities). …
One of the most common problem areas people have are tight hips or tight hip flexors.
This can be due to the fact that most of us, including me, sit all day and our hip flexors are often tight and contracted leading to short, tight muscles (which may lead to pain).
Tight hips will not only lead to more nagging injuries but can lead to back pain and sciatica which will prevent you from doing activities that you enjoy.
Today I have asked my beautiful wife to take you through an amazing “Figure 4” hip mobility routine that she has used to improve her hip flexors and flexibility.
WARNING: THE INFORMATION OFFERED IN THIS VIDEO IS OFFERED AS OPINION ONLY. ALWAYS CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN BEFORE TRYING ANY NEW DIET OR EXERCISE PROGRAM. THIS WORKOUT ROUTINE MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR YOU. ALWAYS WARM UP PRIOR AND STRETCH AFTER YOUR WORKOUT SESSIONS