Category: Hips – Hip Flexors
The 3 Most Effective Types of Exercises to Improving Hip Internal & External Rotation
Anatomical animated picture lying on the floor demostrating External and internal Hip Rotation
Recent Findings on Causes of Tight Hip Flexors and Simple Solutions
So if you are stretching the right hip, you may feel right sided pain or left sided. Both are uncomfortable and there is different solution for each.
The Psoas Muscle Stretch: What is it Good For?
Let us show you how you can dramatically improve your Hip Flexors Strenght & Flexibility, steadily, safely, painlessly and quickly with the use of the ZST.
Exactly How Much Back Flexibility do you need to do a Perfect Arabesque?
It is easy to calculate the minimum back extension or back hyperextension flexibility that is needed. First thing you would need to do is test your active hip extension flexibility. Hip extension combined with a turn out unless you are doing a parallel Arabesque.
Misconception about the “Psoas Tightness” test
Today I am going to talk about some misconceptions about hip flexors flexibility testing even among professionals. The standard approach to find out if the “Psoas” is tight is to somehow make sure that the Rectus Femoris isn’t (tight).
Want Flexible Adductors? Best Groin and Adductor Stretches and Exercises
We have a very special technique for you, to help you stretch those bad boys faster.
Is it possible to perform an Arabesque with a neutral spine?
In theory, it is possible to stretch the ligament to bring the leg to 90 degrees hyperextension. There are ballet dancers and rhythmic gymnast with deep hip hyperextension coming from the flexibility of both the ligaments and the muscles. The safety of such range of motion coming from the stretched ligaments have been debated for…
Have you tried the exercise?
Under normal conditions the given muscles are too strong to cramp, especially in dancers. More frequently, it’s lack of flexibility. Here is why. Let’s take ourselves out of the situation and observe another exercise as an example.
Don’t Be Fooled By the Flexors!
I am going to guess that 8/10 of yoga practitioners complained about a ‘cramp in their hip?’ If this sounds familiar- then I could be about to solve your problem! If not, then you are about to learn a fantastic way to overcome tight hip flexors.