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But if the majority of your training is done on roads and clear paths, you have little opportunity to strengthen and stabilize the hips and ankles.
As a physical therapist, one of the top five most common things I see is tight hip flexors. Here's my favorite stretch to fix them.
If you're feeling a bit out of whack, these simple exercises will help get you coordinated.
Some jobs require you to stand for hours on end, and that can't be helped. But you can help yourself reduce the damage this does to your body.
If your hips aren't healthy, your training will be compromised. Use these techniques to stay on top of your hip mobility.
Enhancing hip function is the first place I look to make significant gains in my clients’ ability to move better.
Focus on alignment issues involving the hips and negate pain in week two of this four part series.
These four mobility sequences can be used as a warm up, a cool down, or a break from work.
Looking to improve your posture? Week one of this four-part series will help you on your way.
Fix the alignment of your shoulders, hips, knees, and ankles with this corrective exercise.
Regardless of your physical makeup, the way you train can still have great influence on your level of flexibility.