Hip Flexor Stretch

BEST HIP FLEXOR STRETCH PROGRAM REVIEW 2018

“UNLOCK YOUR HIP FLEXORS”

A PROGRAM TO UNLOCK YOUR HIP FLEXOR MUSCLES TO GIVE YOU A PRACTICAL, EASY-TO-FOLLOW, TO INSTANTLY RELEASE YOUR HIP FLEXOR STRETCH MUSCLES FOR MORE STRENGTH, BETTER HEALTH AND ALL DAY ENERGY.

What are Hip Flexors?

Hip flexors are a group of muscles that allow you to lift your knees and help you bend at the waist.

  • They are responsible for bringing the legs up to the thighs
  • They allow the movement of your legs from side to side, while walking or running
  • Pelvis stabilization and support
  • Provide Spine support
  • They maintain stability while running or balancing

These muscles are located in the upper thighs and the pelvis area.

The primary hip flexor muscles are psoas major and the iliacus— collectively known as the iliopsoas.

Other hip flexor muscles include the sartorius, tensor fascia latae, and rectus femoris.

Hip Flexor StretchHip Flexor Function

These muscles form a vital part of your body.

You know this already, poor posture or lack of mobility will make your muscles become weak and loose strength and flexibility.

They become de-activated and contract in size.

If unchecked or with lack of exercise for prolonged periods, these hip flexor stretch muscles loose the ability to be flexible and maintain alignment, from the back, to the pelvis.

The hip flexors become rigid over time. A condition develops, known as ‘tight hips’.

Muscle Pain

Sudden exertion of force to these weak and tight muscles, can result in pain or injury including,

  • Limited mobility
  • Hindrance to athletic performance in certain events
  • Lower back pain

Stretch Exercises

Regular stretch exercises will loosen those tight hips. There are various types of hip flexor stretch exercises that can be performed.

Here are some of the exercises available on a DVD, through the Hip Flexor Stretch Program

PNF Stretching
Stands for proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation.

This stretching technique helps you activate specific muscles in order to relax them. This helps decrease the stiffness around joint(s). 

Static Stretching
Here you hold a few static Hip Flexor stretches for a period of time to try and lengthen the muscle.
Dynamic Stretching
This is where you activate the muscle around a joint and moving that joint through its full range of motion in a progressive manner. This leads to an increased range of motion around the joint, warming up of the muscles and improved circulation. Think of high knees or butt kicks.
3-Dimensional Core Stability Exercises
With these exercises you would be targeting the muscle in all planes of movement. This would result in the core and abdominal muscles to have good activation, endurance and strength in all planes of movement. This  leads to a decrease in unnecessary damaging stress on joints.
Mobility Exercises
In these exercises, you target the joint, doing movements and exercises that help the joint function optimally. This allows a joint to move more freely.
Fascia Stretching and Muscle Activation
In this unique technique, you target the tissue that muscles are surrounded in and working on loosening and lengthening the fascia. Few people understand the negative effect this tissue can have on your body.
Muscle Activation Movements
Sitting does not get you moving, especially in today’s technology dominated culture. So for many, our muscles do not work properly.

With this technique, you are targeting those muscles that are off, by activating them in order to help the body move more efficiently.

Benefits of Hip Flexor Stretches

Once your Hip Flexor muscles begin to stretch and perform normally through exercises, they have the power to:-

  • Achieve peak performance
  • Boost your energy levels
  • Improve your health

‘Unlock you Hip Flexors’ program goes through various exercises which you can perform at your leisure and the comfort of your home,although it is not recommended for everyone. 

These program is available in DVD and Book format.

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