Hip Mobility – 30 Videos of Leg Lifts/ Leg Raises, Gluteal Bridges, Hip Hinges, Thoraci & Lumbar Stability
Here we have put together some activities that can help you mobilize the Hip
The Hips are contracted whenever you’re sitting (so, if you’re stuck at home, this happens a lot). When we sit for extended periods of time, the hips are flexed, or bent, and the large, powerful muscles that cross the front of the hip—the hip flexors—are in a shortened position. This leads to tightness of these muscles. all it takes is more than 30 minutes of sitting to start feeling the negative effects on your body. We begin to see a loss of elasticity in the muscles, and this can be more pronounced as we get older and the muscles become a bit less pliable.
There are three gluteal muscles – the Maximus, Medius and Minimus – They’re important in hip flexibility and movement, as well as looking fabulous.
Spending all day sitting behind a desk is a surefire shortcut to weak glutes and lower back problems. The impulse is often to sit too far forward, which causes your hip flexors to become tight and also results in the glutes effectively switching off. Activating them as part of your training programme does wonders not only for your physique but for your structural health.
The hinge involves a flexion/extension movement that originates in the hips and involves a posterior weight shift. When done correctly, it can be one of the more powerful movement patterns you can perform.
Often considered one of the primal movement patterns (one that we are all physiologically designed to execute with ease), the hip hinge offers many benefits: