Hips Don’t Lie

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Hips Don’t Lie

Are you limited in your movement because of your hips?

One of the key problematic regions in our bodies are our hips! This is mainly due to our modern-day lifestyles.

So many of the AIM TRIBE commenced training with us due to TIGHT, RESTRICTED, UNSTABLE or WEAK HIPS!!

Hip issues can cause an array of problems that can affect the most basic day to day movements such as bending, squatting and can often be the underlying cause of lower back pain.

Truth be told there is no magic sauce to cure your hip restrictions straight away! This issue of yours didn’t happen overnight and it won’t be going away overnight either!

The good news is we’ve had great success in all our clients moving more freely in a short space of time by doing simple mobility drills that can take anywhere between 10-15 minutes to perform.

It requires the willingness to understand, implement and being consistent with your practise to progress and start moving your hips.

“Whilst I still have a long way to go, my hip mobility and general awareness has increased dramatically. I not only have unlocked lots of movement in my hips, but I now understand how to move them safely, without fear of injury – especially after retraining myself how to engage a strong posterior tilt!

My back pain has decreased massively, and I now know how to alleviate and avoid mistakes that lead to the pain.”

– Chris Purves

Fundamental hip exercises

We have decided to share our AIM hip fundamental exercises to help you free your hips. This is the same regime the AIM TRIBE perform before our group sessions or individually, as a part of their own daily practise.

If you want and/or need to work on freeing your hips then we have compiled our hip fundamentals in this short video.


 

We recommend you listen to Shakira as we do and perform these exercises at least 3-5 times a week. 😊

To happy hips…

Vik

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