hip flexors

Everyone wants a strong, stable core, but if it isn't mobile, you can't use it.
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.
There is no need to argue which deadlift stance is best - it is all about finding your mechanical power position.
The landmine in your gym may be collecting dust, but these movements will add valuable variety to anyone's routine.
You might think you know this stretch, but with a little fine-tuning, you can take this one to a whole new level.
You’re about to identify which muscles are working against you, and how to get them fired up for a bigger squat.
This exercise is ideal for someone who spends a lot of time sitting and has tight hips and low back.
Gain a centered place of gratitude and a dose of perspective with this quick yoga flow.
Combat your slumped, sitting posture with this easy and effective exercise.
Great athletes have great hips. And all athletes need hip mobility, stability, and explosiveness.
Today we are are working on stretching and lengthening your hip flexors - the iliopsoas muscles.
Struggling with your squat form? We’re going to take a look at the two most common dysfunctions at the hip, how they affect your squat, and what you can do to fix them.
If you fix your postural alignment you will jump higher, run faster, hit harder and help prevent a laundry list of injuries that could keep you out of the gym for months.