Bad back or poor posture?

Lower back or hip pain? Difficulty walking or climbing stairs? Or maybe you just want to prevent this? All these things could be a result in over compensating hip muscles. 

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Hip muscles in a nutshell

Your Hip Flexors move the leg and knee up towards your body. It pairs with the Hip Extensors, which moves the leg away from the front of your body.

Your Hip Adductors move the leg towards the midline of your body. It pairs with your Hip Abductors, which, you guessed it, moves the leg away from the midline of the body. 

If ones weaker or tighter than its counterpart, then one will over compensate. Which means discomfort doing the simplest things.

8% of all adults

Experience persistent or chronic back pain[1]

3 in 10 sporty adults

Experience chronic hip pain[2]

7 in 10 office workers

Experience neck and low back pain[3]

Symptoms of weak hip flexors

These are the most common according to Medical News Today[4]

Changes in Walking & Posture

Knee Pain

Hip Pain

Back Pain

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