Injury prevention

Unlock Your Hip Flexors by Rick Kaselj and Mike Westerdal


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Unlock Your Hip Flexors is a program that can help you loosen and strengthen your hip flexors. Hip flexors if not stretched regularly, become tight and limit our movements. This is only the beginning of our problems because tight hip flexors will cause other more severe problems. You will start to bend your body forward and increase pressure on your lower back and sooner than later have back problems. Tight hip flexors pull your belly downwards causing more pressure on lower back. That will affect your posture and with time more imbalances will occur and results will be a limited range of motion, sleep problems, the problem with sitting and even standing. These muscles support the trunk and it is very important to stay balanced.

Hip flexors are an important part of your body, connected to so many areas, and responsible for so many things. This includes your weight, back pain, and even energy level. If you know how to unlock them you will potentially stop struggling with consistent back pain and pain in your legs and pelvic region. Many people are in pain when sitting, standing and even sleeping because of tight hip flexors. Most of them go to a doctor and get some sort of worthless physical therapy and end with stuffing themselves with painkillers. No matter if you are a very active person or not, if you don’t know how to stretch and unlock your hip flexors sooner or later you will have a problem.

Although, it is a great habit to do weight training or some other regular fitness activity, in most programs hip flexors are not even mentioned. Many strength training coaches know about this problem and they recommend certain stretches to keep them in balance. Balance is always the key to everything. In strength training, the rule is that if you do pull exercise you must do push exercise to balance the muscles. If you bench, you must row, and in hip flexor case is when you squat, you must deadlift. If your pelvic region is tilted down to the front, then front squat is a better option than the back squat. When you squat with the bar in the front you must keep your pelvis upfront to keep the weight up. After the weight training, you must again think about balance and stretch your muscles. What you contract – compress, you must stretch – decompress!

Unlock Your Hip Flexors program teaches you how to work those hip muscles, the most important elements in your body posture and the role of your hips in it. It shows you how to target those “hard to reach“ hip flexors, and how can you change your posture and reverse any negative effects that you have accumulated through the years. You will learn how to strengthen your core, how to maintain great posture through your daily activities, improve your overall flexibility and athletic performance, potentially the end of your back pain and reduce the risk of injuries in your abdominal, lower back and hip areas.

This program contains 63-page guide about hip flexors and how they affect various aspect of our health. The most important chapter is surely the exercises, but other chapters are also useful. It is “easy to read” book with very interesting topics like How sitting is killing you, Increase power to increase performance, Tight hips = fat storage, Psoas and its effects on emotion and energy, Why Static stretching alone isn’t the answer and much more. In two exercise videos, you will get very detailed demonstrations of all ten exercises to unlock your hip flexors.

You’ll get two bonuses: Unlock Your Tight Hamstrings – the key to healthy back and perfect posture, and 7 Day Anti-Inflammatory Diet – automatically heal your body with the right foods. These are very helpful tools because having tight hams causes the hips and pelvis to rotate back which flattens the lower back causing lower back pain and poor posture. The diet booklet is beneficial because your diet is one of the major causes of inflammatory responses leading to health deteriorating.

Creators of the Unlock Your Hip Flexors program are Rick Kaselj and Mike Westerdal. Rick Kaselj is a leading professional in sports training, exercise, and injury with a master’s degree in exercise science. Mike Westerdal is a national best-selling fitness author, sports nutrition specialist, personal trainer, Iron Man magazine contributor and founder of the internet’s longest-standing strength site,

The role of healthy hip flexors in the human body is tremendous, and if you neglect this muscle group many things can go wrong. If you want to have great posture, sit, stand, bend, reach, walk, or run, you need them healthy. They are the only muscles that connect the lower and upper body.

This page is not official Unlock Your Hip Flexors page. To get to the official platform CLICK HERE