How to Improve Your Hip Flexor Stretching

Tight hip flexors can often contribute to having too much of an anterior pelvic tilt, meaning the front of your pelvis is positioned forward and your lower back becomes too arched.

For this reason, the hip flexor stretch becomes a great option for those with an anterior pelvic tilt to get length in their hip flexors and counteract their anterior pelvic tilt.

In this video CDSF coaches Mike Sirani and Dan Jones show you a couple of common mistakes people tend to make with the hip flexor stretch and how you can position yourself to target a better stretch in the hip flexors and ensure you’re not reinforcing old habits by moving too much through your lower back.

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