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.

SMFR Quads

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SMFR Quads

Self-myofascial release is a great way to increase hip mobility via decreasing fascial restrictions within the muscles crossing the hip.

Skip to the 2:50 mark here for a video demonstration.

When working on the quad group, we are specifically interested in the rectus femoris, which is the only muscle in the quad of group that crosses the hip.

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Self-myofascial release is a great way to increase hip mobility via decreasing fascial restrictions within the muscles crossing the hip.

Skip to the 2:50 mark here for a video demonstration.

When working on the quad group, we are specifically interested in the rectus femoris, which is the only muscle in the quad of group that crosses the hip.

Get a lacrosse or baseball. Don't go till the point of bruising.

There should be no numbness or tingling created. Move the joints above and below the balls contact for added benefit.

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