Free Your Hips and Relieve Pain Everywhere

WHY YOUR HIP?

Because the hip joint is more stable than mobile, it’s more prone to fracture than dislocation and is a common health problem associated with aging.

Restoring hip mobility will help in several areas. It should reduce or eliminate lower back and knee pain stemming from overcompensation. It should improve your power output by allowing you to fully engage your posterior chain in training exercises, while making them safer.

Let’s get your HIPS moving correctly.

Click on the button for your FREE Hip Mobility Cheat Sheet for a quick breakdown actionable exercises you can do right now.


Test Your Hip Mobility:

Let’s start off by performing a self hip mobility test. I want to share one of many self -tests you will find the Pain Free Movement Club. This will give you an initial idea if your hips are restricted through limited mobility.

Here is 1 simple self test for hip mobility.

  1. Sit up straight and tall, then cross your right ankle over the left knee and gently push the right knee toward the floor. Now switch sides and try the same thing. Can you get your shins parallel to the floor? If not, you likely have limited mobility in your hips.

Do the test and hold it for 60 seconds to initiate the stretch. If you experienced pain you may need more personal guidance for proper treatment.

There are weekly targeted mobility routines in the Pain Free Movement Club to help relieve your pain so you can get back to your active life.

If you have specific questions regarding your hip mobility or other any health and fitness questions, you can easily reach me at joe.cheng@stayfitanywhere.com. I am happy to answer any of your questions and guide you to which treatment approach is best for you. I want to help you move pain free and living well! – Coach Joe

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