Learn how to stretch your tight hip flexors and relieve hip pain anywhere
Do you suffer from lower back pain?
Inflexible and painful hips?
Are you a runner, cyclist, or office worker that sits down for eight hours a day or more?
Do you have anterior pelvic tilt (when your butt sticks out more than it should)?
In my short audiobook, you will learn all you need to know about hip flexors. You will learn what they are and why they are important. You will receive step-by-step instructions to teach you how to strengthen and stretch them out.
Your hip flexors are really really important. They are a complex group of muscles that do a lot of work in everyday tasks. Habitual sitting, bad posture, and weak muscles are some of the main causes of a tight hip flexor. By doing nothing you are putting yourself at risk of aches, pains, and potentially more serious injury.
Thankfully, there is a lot you can do to get those hips nice and flexible again, and regain your full range of motion. This book is meant for beginners, with no prior yoga or fitness training experience. I will walk you through what you need to do to get started, step by step; nothing is left out.
You will learn:
- What is a hip flexor?
- How does it fit in with your anatomy?
- What causes tight hip flexors?
- How tight hip flexors affect the whole body
- Why is stretching so important?
- Four warm-up exercises
- Twelve step-by-step exercises to stretch and strengthen your hip flexors
- Release and self-massage
- How to stay motivated
- Much more
Are you ready to drastically improve your posture, have better athletic performance, and eliminate agonizing lower back/hip pain? Get this audiobook right away!
Please note: The audio references supplemental material that is not included with the purchase of this audiobook.
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- Bonny Beach
Supplemental Visual Guide Not included
Supplemental visual guide is not included with this audio purchase and AMAZON did NOT make it clear to consumer in advance that this w was the case. This is very poorly produced and not what Id hoped for.
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