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01/20/2017 at 8:39 pm #71483John CarriereParticipant
Watched the last couple of days mwods on low back. I have been repeating the low back ones on a daily basis because I’m so tight in the front hips. So tight that they return to their original state after 30min or so.
One thing I’ve noticed is after the lunge stretch when I get out of the position my hips are really sensitive. Not nervy pain but the pain makes it hard to put weight on the side I just stretched. Doesn’t last long though, maybe 5 seconds. That normal?
And any idea why my body reverts back to being tight so quickly?
01/24/2017 at 4:05 am #76729Patrick ThomasParticipant
If tight hips are not a new situation it can take some time to see lasting change.
In the beginning you may need more than one session throughout the day.
Re setting things throughout the day.
Do you sit alot?
Are you working up and down stream of the hip?
If you have access to someone who does IASTM that will help.
There may be some positioning or movement patterns which need attention.
Look at things in life as well as they gym.
Keep chipping away at it. Dose response.
A couple to check out. There are many that will help.
Episode 234: Improve Your Proximal Hip Mobility and Nerve Tunnels
Episode 269: On the Spot MobRx for Tight Hips
Thursday, November 10th, 2016 – Hip Flexion
You may be going too deep.
Are you able to breath in the position?
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