Great Hip Flexor and Quad Mobility Exercise / Stretch

Hip mobility and flexibility is key to success in any sport and even in lifting big weights.

If your hips are tight, you’re going to compensate somewhere else, usually your low back or your knees.

This is what causes a lot of low back pain and knee injuries.

The exercise I show you in this video not only mobilizes your quads and hip flexors, but when you add in the “scouring” it helps to mobilize your hip joint capsule in rotation, which is a necessary ability to have to do things like throw kicks, throw punches or any other sport like golf or baseball.

Do it up and if you want more like this visit http://HipFlexibilitySolution.com to learn about my 3D Flexibility System and how it will help you unlock your hips by using my specialized 15 minute routines once per day.

And if you have used the program – hit me up with your feedback in the Comments below (thanks in advance)!

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Nigel Griffiths
Nigel Griffiths

Thanks for this one Eric! I find ALL your exercises tough at my age! but this one does the trick!

Michael Horn
Michael Horn

I’d also suggest the Cossack Squat, as a progression of this movement.

Eric

That is also a great exercise, but I would say not so much a progression as it is in a completely different plane of motion and targets different muscles.

Michael Horn
Michael Horn

Thanks. Yes, I noticed that I get a good quad and achilles stretch going through the motion with the weight bearing aspect too. I can see using them in the same workout.

George
George

Nice male camel toe lool! But seriously tho, will try this before my next rolling sesh. Cheers!

Eric

I’ll have everyone notice that it would be considered an atypically large camel too.

Jim G
Jim G

Good one.

Shane
Shane

Great stretch. I remember it from the workshop you held a few years ago, but now I can do it with the swipe motion. Thanks for sharing Eric.