Ep 62: Reframing Tight Hip Flexors

Tight hip flexors are easily one of the most common complaints I hear from my clients. You may feel like your hip flexors are tight when you work on movements like lunges or sitting criss-cross on the floor, or perhaps you’ve been told by a chiropractor, PT, or other movement pro that you have tight (or weak) psoas muscles or anterior pelvic tilt. 

Overwhelmingly, though, the movements people do for tight hip flexors don’t help. While they may feel better in the moment, there’s no long-term improvement, or they may even feel worse afterward. Today, we’re going to reframe tight hip flexors to help you understand:

  • How to know if you’re hip flexors are tight
  • Why your hip flexors are tight
  • Why the stretches you’ve done before don’t work
  • 5 exercises you can do in 10 minutes per day to feel better in your hips within a week. 

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