Are your hip flexors tight? For most of us at any given time, the answer is probably yes. Outside of training, we tend to sit a lot more than we should which is why it’s a trouble area.
So what do we do? Extended Low Lunge.
It’s simple yet extremely effective at stretching the front of the hips.
Psoas Major and Minor
Rectus Femoris (Quad)
Alignment and Execution Tips
Step your right foot forward and bring your back knee down, into a lunge position.
Sink the hips down, focusing the stretch on the front of your left hip.
Extend your tailbone down towards the ground while curling the front of your pelvis up.
Reach your left arm up. Lengthen through the left side.
Hold here for up to two minutes and switch sides.
Opens hip flexors
Sit Ups (GHD, V-ups, Toes to Bar)