HOW: Get set-up in a half kneeling position, the side you want to stretch should be the side with the knee down. To begin the stretch, perform a posterior pelvic tilt to flatten your lower back, this will help with the hip flexor stretch....

HOW: Get set-up seated with the handle of a kettlebell around the top of your foot. Get it as high as you can on your foot, not just on your toes. Have your heel supported on an elevated position to go through your full...

HOW: Get set-up in a tall kneeling position with one hand reached in front of you, and one hand behind your head. While keeping your lower body still and hips pointed forward, reach forward with the arm in front of you as far as...

HOW: Begin in a half kneeling position. Slowly lunge into the front leg while avoiding the low back from arching. You have an option of elongating the spine by reaching towards the ceiling. FEEL: You should feel the stretch on the front of the...

HOW: Begin in a side lying position with the bottom knee bent in towards your chest. Wrap your hand around your ankle then focus on pulling your heel towards your butt as you pull the knee towards the back wall. Keep the bottom leg...

Why: This exercise is great because you can leverage the weight of your body to help improve hip flexion. This exercise often showcases the discrepancy from side to side. Start position: Place one foot on an elevated surface, the higher the surface the more...

Why: Training hip flexion at end range is especially important for sprinters, hikers, jumpers, punters, cyclists, and hurdlers. Here are a few great drills to help improve your end range hip strength & activation.  Start position: Begin in a half kneeling position allowing the...

Why: Reduction in flexibility of the hamstring has been reported to be associated with occurrence of back pain in adolescents and adults in cross-sectional studies. Start position: Start by holding onto a strong resistance band or towel wrapped around your feet. The movement: Key here...

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