5 Wonderful Hip Flexor Stretches

5 Wonderful Hip Flexor Yoga Stretches - Adri Kyser

5 Wonderful Hip Flexor Stretches!

If you spend long hours sitting, standing, or feel that your hips are tight… These 5 wonderful hip flexors stretches can help! These Yoga Poses are great in helping you stretch that area while increasing the range of motion in your hips and overall mobility. 

Your hip flexors are a group of muscles near the top of your thighs that are key players in moving your lower body. Example: stepping forward, lifting the leg.

When the lower body is fixed, it will bring the torse towards the legs. Example: when standing and you bring your chest towards the legs.

Signs of Tight Hip Flexors

  • Tightness or an ache in your lower back, especially when standing
  • Poor posture and difficulty standing up straight
  • Neck tightness and pain
  • Pain in the glutes

Add these simple yoga stretches to your routine and you will experience great results.

Try These 5 Wonderful Hip Flexor Stretches!

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