Do your hips feel tight? Do you want to learn how to improve the mobility of your hips? The hip is one of the most active and mobile joints in the human body. Whether you perform activities such as walking, ambulating stairs, deadlifts, or playing sports, having adequate hip mobility is important to all! Hip mobility limitations have been associated with issues both upstream (at the low back) and downstream (at the knee). This article will educate you on exercises for tight hips and how to perform them correctly! We’ve also included a FREE program so you can begin performing prehab exercises today!

The Pelvic Floor is a term that is gaining more and more attention in the healthcare world. You might have heard this term specifically geared toward women or childbirth, or you might think that older folks are the only people with pelvic floor problems. You might be thinking what exactly is the pelvic floor, do I have one, and what can I do to help improve my pelvic floor health. Let’s begin with the basics by breaking down what is the pelvic floor exactly, and we will then demonstrate a few pelvic floor exercises that can allow you to maintain a healthy pelvic floor!

Did you know there are 27 muscles that cross the ball and socket hip joint?! Some muscles act as primary movers while others act as dynamic stabilizers for the hip. When the hip capsule is hypomobile (or tight), your body is likely to compensate either up or down the kinetic chain to still achieve movement. This can lead to various pathologies in the lumbar spine as well as the lower extremity (1-5). The good news is there are many ways that someone can improve their hip mobility. In this article, you will learn why hip mobility is important for overall movement capacity and longevity, and we will show you 4 exercises to improve your hip mobility!