21 Hip Mobility Drills to Help You Feel and Move Better

Hip movement without control is a recipe for an injury. These exercises will improve your mobility and control.

Frog Stretch

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Frog Stretch

The Frog Stretch assists us in keep the hips from internally rotating with squatting motion.

Skip to the 2:23 mark here for a video demonstration.

I would use this with people who actually have passive range of motion restrictions not allowing them to get into a proper squat.

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The Frog Stretch assists us in keep the hips from internally rotating with squatting motion.

Skip to the 2:23 mark here for a video demonstration.

I would use this with people who actually have passive range of motion restrictions not allowing them to get into a proper squat.

I wouldn't use it for people who knees cave their knees from purely lack of form.

For those people, I would use the Quad Rock drill or add more trunk stabilization to their program.

Stack the shins under the knees. Keep a long spine

Don't over do this one! A little goes a long way.

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Topics: SQUAT | BUILD MUSCLE | EXERCISES | HIP MUSCLES | MOBILITY WORK