Do you have a foam roller and want to relax your hips? Get started!
If you're experiencing adhesions in the hip area and feel tense, the foam roller is a popular tool! The foam roller lets you perform specific hip exercises that provide instant relaxation, such as for imbalances caused by long periods spent sitting. Find out here how to use the foam roller in the hip area. P.S. if you're looking for a more targeted massage, BALL 08 or the TRIGGER TOOL are ideal here.
Put the SUPER BAND around your ankle. Grasp the other end and pull the band forward with your hands. Pull the leg further forward with the help of the band. Hold the position.
Sit with one half of your buttocks on the BLACKROLL. Stand up with the opposite leg. Place the foot of the side to be worked on on the knee. Support yourself with your hands behind your back. Slowly roll back and forth.
Lie on your stomach with your forearms supported. The head rests loosely on the back of the hands. Place the BALL directly above the groin between the straight abdominal muscles and the lateral iliac crest. Slowly lower your weight onto the BALL.
Stand with your back against the wall. Place the trigger on your buttocks on a painful point. Press against it with your body.
Place your buttocks on the trigger. Find your pain point. Remain on the point. Relax your body. Concentrate on your breathing.
While standing, place your lateral hip on the TRIGGER in the area of your pants pocket. Find your pain point. Remain on the point. Concentrate on your breathing.
If you often experience hip problems and suffer from tension in this area, we recommend a comprehensive workout. After all, pain often doesn't originate in the area where it's felt. Give our exercise routines a go - naturally using the foam roller of course!
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