What is "Unlock Your Hip Flexors"?
You have undoubtedly heard about your hip flexors in the past, but what many people don’t know about is the psoas. Pronounces “so-az,” the psoas is the only muscle that connects the lower body to the upper body. It attaches from the tendon at the top of the femur and runs up the pelvis to the lower spine, and it even attaches to the diaphragm.
This connects it to your breathing and all of your major organs. When functioning properly, your psoas supports the organs in the abdominal cavity, gives you greater mobility, and improves your core strength all while maintaining neutral pelvic alignment--which results in better posture and, therefore, eliminates your pain and soreness.
Of course, with most people being completely unaware of its existence the psoas gets ignored. It is never worked out and, very often, our daily activities continuously weaken and impede it. After all, sitting down all the time is the worst thing you can do for your psoas, too, and you’re probably sitting right now.
Static stretching in itself can begin to help, but only if you do the right stretches. That’s where the program comes in.
How Does "Unlock Your Hip Flexors" Work?
In this program, you’ll gain access to a number of different things you can do to improve the strength and flexibility of your psoas muscle. These include:
- PNF Stretching
- Dynamic Stretching
- 3-Dimensional Core Stability Exercises
- Mobility Exercises
- Fascia Stretching
- Muscle Activation Movements
Using the sequential flow method created by Kinesiologist and Injury Specialist Rick Kaselj, MS, you’ll be able to regain mobility and loosen your hip flexors in just minutes a day. You’ll instantly begin to feel the effects of these moves, which are specifically designed to target your psoas, which you have most likely never deliberately worked once in your entire life.
The flow technique that Rick designed was initially inspired to help people suffering from unbearable hip and back pain, but it can help everyone relieve and avoid pain while also enjoying all of the other benefits of a strong psoas, like better posture, improved mobility, and even improved sexual performance.