#1. The HFS Bioenergetics Routine
The Bioenergetics routine helps you to release the tight muscles that restrict breathing, allowing your diaphragm to function properly and helping you release other muscles that co-contract when the diaphragm is restricted.
This routine also allows you to develop greater neuromuscular control of other muscles through a better mind-body connection that comes with being able to move your body into a parasympathetic (relaxed) state through proper breathing.
#2. The HFS Kneeling Routine
This may be the most powerful routine in the program. In fact, doing just this routine, one of my athletes could kick 7 inches higher after just 2 weeks!
You’ll go through 4 exercise sequences building strength in every possible range of hip motion while simultaneously releasing the tightness in your joint capsule and developing control of deep muscles that are often asleep.
#3. The HFS Standing Routine
Just like with strength and power, flexibility is movement and position specific so if you want to gain flexibility you can use, it’s important to build it in all different positions.
In this routine, you’ll build specific flexibility, mobility and strength in the standing position, helping you transfer the gains you make to any exercise, sport or movement you do on your feet.
#4. The HFS Core Routine
As you’ll discover inside the program, a properly functioning core is a requirement for maximum hip flexibility because without deep core muscles that work, your hip muscles have to pick up the slack and become tight.
The 5 core exercises in this program are the most effective at waking up your sleepy core and training an important concept called “dissociation” so you can protect your lumbar spine while moving your hips freely.
#5. The HFS Advanced Mobility Routine
You might already be doing dynamic mobility exercises as part of your weight training or sport -warmup, but these 5 advanced dynamic mobility exercises are designed specifically to target the muscles of your hips in a way that most standard exercises don’t, incorporating speed, rotation and stability to ensure your hips are ready for whatever you’re about to throw at them.
Master these exercises and you'll be able to perform any movement with fluidity and precision.
#6. The HFS Active SMR Routine
SMR, or self-myofascial release, is a popular technique used by many athletes and exercisers to ensure their muscles and fascia are free from adhesions and scar tissue…
However, using by using the one simple tweak you’ll discover inside the program, you’ll take you’ll DOUBLE the IMPACT of your efforts and get expert therapist level results… all by yourself and for FREE!
And if you’re not doing any form of SMR or foam rolling right now, don’t fret, I’ll guide you by the hand through a beginner’s routine before we ramp you up to the next level and Active SMR.