A lot of people experience tight hip flexors because we spend most of time sitting. If your hips are tight, this means that there’s tension around the hip flexors - you may feel tight hip flexor symptoms such as a tugging sensation in your hips and thighs. Tight hip flexors can cause pain in your lower back, in your hip and groin area or even your knees. Here are 7 easy tight hip flexors stretches to improve your hip mobility!
Experiencing both hip flexor tightness and hip flexor weakness? Learn what to do when the hip flexors are both tight and weak at the same time! The hip flexors (the psoas in particular) can become both tight and weak. So how do you know when to work on improving flexibility and do stretching and when to work on improving strength and do strengthening. That's what you'll learn here, how you can best address this in your workout plan or fitness training plan. Keep learning about your body!