Pin now, read later - Foam roller therapy for tight hip flexors.

Tight hip flexors are a common posture fault. Knowing how to stretch your tight hip flexors is a crucial for improving your posture.

Quads and Outer Thighs    Place left quad on foam roller, right leg bent and to the side, forearms on floor. Roll forward and backward from top of knee to hip.

Your Perfect No-Gym Workout

A no-gym workout for quads and outer thighs: Place left quad on foam roller, right leg bent and to the side, forearms on floor. Roll forward and backward from top of knee to hip.

Wide-legged stretch with hips on the foam roller.  A wonderful hip opener.

This foam roller exercise to open the hip is the Wide-Legged Pose. Just place the foam roller under you hips, and open your extended legs.

This foam roller exercise to open the hip is the Half Lotus Pose.  Just place the foam roller under your hips, and cross one ankle over the other, as if you are seated in the Half Lotus.  Grab your ankles to pull downward and increase the stretch.

This foam roller exercise to open the hip is the Half Lotus Pose. Just place the foam roller under your hips, and cross one ankle over the other, as if you are seated in the Half Lotus. Grab your ankles to pull downward and increase the stretch.

Q Training: Marathon Strength-Training - Foam Roller Hip Flexor (mobility)

Q Training: Marathon Strength-Training - Foam Roller Hip Flexor (mobility)

Motivation № Low Back Pain? Try Stretching Your Hip Flexors --------- So that's what's wrong!! My hips ALWAYS hurt!!!! actually from my mid back to my upper thighs hurts 98% of the time. Most of these stretches look painful!

Motivation № Low Back Pain? Try Stretching Your Hip Flexors --------- So that's what's wrong! My hips ALWAYS hurt! actually from my mid back to my upper thighs hurts of the time. Most of these stretches look painful!

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