Hip Mobility

Mobilizing the hip joint will increase your ability to turn, squat, run and jump, while taking pressure off “bad” knees and backs. Remember, when your back and knees are in pain, it’s often because your hip joints are frozen. Learn how to move them:

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Put Mobility Work in Your Own Training

Integrating head-to-toe mobility work into your regular routine will improve performance across the board, help prevent injury, and clear up some of those old nagging injuries. In this series, I’ll teach you how to master the building blocks of movement at the speed of your sport. Sign up here:


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