Most people should stretch their hip flexors more as it is one of the most common muscles whose ‘tightness’ leads to the lower back and or knee pain.
The problem is that 90% of the time when I see someone trying to stretch their hip flexors they are using poor technique.
Check out this 90-second video so you can avoid those common mistakes:
P.S. Whenever you’re ready, here are three ways I can help you:
1. Enjoy a Week of Personal Training for $1
Sometimes a coach and a community of like-minded people is just what you need to get motivated and work on becoming your best self.
I have a personal training studio in central Austin, Texas.
Come test drive it for just $1 to see if we’re a good fit. Just respond to this email with “$1” in the subject line and I’ll get back to you with details.
2. Come in for a Custom Success Session
We’ll sit down together and discuss your goals, simple steps you can take to achieve them, and see if there is anything else I can do to help you get the results you want quickly.
If you’d be interested in a Success Session, just reply and put “Success” in the subject line and I’ll follow up with you.
3. Train With Me From Anywhere
If you can’t make it to my facility in Austin, you can still train with the best!
We can train you on Zoom, FaceTime, Facebook Messenger, or almost any video software that you prefer.
This is exactly like personal training, but it’s anywhere you need it to be, and it’s even more affordable.
If you are interested in my world-class, anytime & anywhere program, reply with ‘online’ and I’ll get you all the details.