The 4-Point Hip Attack For Mobility!
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The 4-Point Hip Attack For Mobility
So after yesterday’s post which was focused on mobility I decided to continue the trend today with another strategy to help you to knock out joint stiffness easier than Mike Tyson knocked out his first 20 opponents. Ok maybe not that easy, but it’ll be pretty easy.
The 4 Point Hip Attack For Mobility
As I commonly point out sitting has essentially become the new smoking when it comes to having another “thing” to wreck the body. Over the past 40 years or so there has been a shift in our society in terms of the types of jobs that are now available in the market.
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Our society has shifted from one that used to have us out on our feet physically working on farms, in factories, or outdoors on some other physically active project to now sitting behind a desk for the majority of our day. This shift has created a number of immobility problems for the general public and has negatively impacted health, quality of life, and performance.
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Because of this I wanted to point out to you a quick plan of attack for you to engage in to help get your hips back into action and hopefully eliminate a lot of the stiffness, low back pain, and immobility that is usually associated with all that sitting.
As you can see I basically pointed out four basic stretches to hit all 4 areas of the hip. Granted there are other stretches and other ways to stretch and mobilize he hips, but these are 4 that I diligently use myself and they will take you a long ways in terms of relief.
What did you think of today’s knowledge bombs on strength? Please drop your questions and comments in the box below because I always love getting your feedback. Also make sure you share this out with family and friends because I know they’ll appreciate it. I’m sure they are dealing with some serious hip immobility as well. Keep training smart.
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