The Cure For Tight Hamstrings

If you’ve got tight hamstrings, this is the only way to fix them.

The traditional mindset that simple static stretching is sufficient must be banished to make way for scientific concepts like those presented in this video.

It would be like continuing to use DDT as a pesticide or thinking all fats are bad for you.

Anyway, enough ranting – watch the vid and give it a go.

Finally people are starting to realize that there’s more to flexibility than stretching.

In fact, there’s a LOT more.

At the very least, we’re now seeing more people perform dynamic warmups vs. static stretching warmups before working out.

That’s why I came up with the 3D Flexibility System – to make it easy to understand the various factors keeping you tight.

Address them all and you’re golden.

This video is just the tip of the iceberg.

For more info on the 3D Flexibility System and to discover the 9 factors keeping you tight, hit the banner below:

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I’m also curious – do you have tight hamstrings?

If so, let me know below and how those tight hammies affect your day-to-day and/or sport performance.

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Alejandro
Alejandro
5 years ago

Hey Eric.
I want to solve my flexibility problems. I will buy the HFS and then tell you if it solved my problems. I have and herniated disc, will the program help me too??

I’m an amateur muay thai fighter and I’m 19

Eric Mildon
Eric Mildon
5 years ago

Great info Eric. Never realized how weak my hip flexors were until I saw this. How would you work opposing muscles for calf tightness. I seem to have the same problem there.

Colin
Colin
5 years ago

I have very poor flexibility all round, including tight hams. The worst though is my left calf. I had compartment syndrome and now I just cannot make any progress in regaining its natural flexibilty. its very tight still after a year with almost no progress made. Please can you help me Eric? Any tips/advice would be so appreciated!

Anonymous
Anonymous
5 years ago

uhm.. what to do with extreme tight hipflexors? i will tighten them up even more with this no?

Anonymous
Anonymous
5 years ago

Great effort , I use AI Stretching ( Active Isolaed Stetching ) was recreated by the Whartons team from NYC since 1998 and I swear for it , please guys look into it no matter what sport you do specially fighters .

Russ Keeler
Russ Keeler
5 years ago

Awesome info, Eric, I have a few in my class that will definately benefit from this.

Steve Karki
Steve Karki
5 years ago
Reply to  Russ Keeler

I concur with you Russ. I have clients that will benefit from this info as well.

Nigel Griffiths
Nigel Griffiths
5 years ago

What a brilliantly simple way to achieve the desired result!!
Thank you, once again Eric!

Jeff
Jeff
5 years ago

My hips are much better thanks to HFS, but my hams are tighter than they should be. Creates an issue on high kicks, it is hard to reach a full extension due to Hamstring tightness.

Anonymous
Anonymous
5 years ago

Posture-pelvic tilt

Marylin
Marylin
5 years ago

Yes I have tight hamstrings, hip flexors big time. It’s hard for me to sit on the ground cross legged and when I sit down in a chair I can’t cross my leg over like I used to without help. Sometimes it’s a challenge to even tie my shoes not to mention my lower back hurting. It’s getting better though. I’ve been stretching them out but I didn’t know about the little lift to help strengthen the hip flexors. I’ll let you know how that goes for me. Thank you for the tip and your wonderful video!