Hip Flexibility Review Paper

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Can you gain flexibility in your hips while erasing knee, hip and back pain? If you are someone who tries stretching daily using common stretching routines, but still wakes up stiff and in pain, then you may not believe it 's possible. This Hip Flexibility review will take a look at a program created by the popular Eric Wong that says it is. If you want to enjoy the flexibility you did when you were younger and reduce pain, keep reading to learn more.

What Is Hip Flexibility All About?

First and foremost, this program is about improving the flexibility in your hips. When that happens, you will increase your strength and speed as well.

It is also about what NOT to do if you want to improve the flexibility. For instance, did you know that …show more content…

5. The HFS Advanced Mobility Routine, which include dynamic mobility exercise that help you work the muscles in your hips and increase rotation, stability, and speed.

6. The HFS Active SMR Routine, which helps to keep your muscles and fascia free from scar tissue and adhesions.

About The Author

Since 2006, Eric Wong has been a strength and conditioning coach to professional athletes. He has a Bachelor of Science Degree and has been training athletes to get the body that can perform, not just look good. You can find him on YouTube.

The Pros

- Tackles all issues that cause stiffness in the hips

- Works for all ages

- Get results within the first week

- After 2 weeks, your pain in your knees and back will start to disappear

- After 28 days, you will feel looser than you have in a long time

- Get more flexibility in your hips

- Get more strength to reach your fitness and health goals

- Reduce wear and tear on your muscles and joints

- Only takes 15-20 minutes a day

- All information is instantly downloadable

The Cons

- It will take a while to learn the techniques through the videos, which means you may have to invest more than 15-20 minutes per day in the beginning

- You will need a resistance band, a foam roller, and a lacrosse ball or baseball


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