Unlock Your Hip Flexors Review
Do you spend a lot of time sitting behind a desk while doing your work, reading and using the computer?
Sitting is one of the worse habits that plagues modern men and women with plenty of easily avoidable diseases. You’ve probably heard that a sedentary lifestyle is unhealthy, but you also didn’t get the answer as to why that is the case.
The answer is found exactly in the musculo-skeletal physiology of the human body.
Our body was not designed to spend so much time in a sitting position as we often do nowadays. This destroys the flexibility of our hip muscles, and an especially neglected muscle group called the hip flexors, and causes stress and tension in the pelvic area as well.
Since I personally hit into all of these categories, I decided to fix this issue through Rick Kaselj’s Unlock Your Tight Hip Flexors program. In this review you will learn why tight hips can cause so many health issues, and whether the program is helpful or not.
The Health Issues Associated With Tight Hip Flexors
This might seem like an isolated issue that doesn’t have any impact on other parts of your body, but the influence of hip flexors is truly immense.
With tight hip flexors, your whole body suffers indirectly, and directly as well. Some of the things that go wrong with weak and short hip flexors are:
Back Pain & Bad Posture
Lower back pain is often caused by lack of flexibility in the hips.
With weak hip flexors there is a lot of tension in the lower back area. You might think that the pain is caused by weak lower back muscles, but in fact the pain and discomfort shoot upwards from the hips.
The pain becomes even worse when you try to develop good posture. As you attempt to develop a straight back posture, your hip flexors are not able to elongate enough to support it, and they cause a strain which can lead to spinal issues.
Or your back may naturally curve back to an unnatural position that became the norm as a result of physical inactivity. Bad posture causes further problems, intensifying lower back pain, but also causing a forward neck posture that has causes breathing issues and migraines on top of it all.
Reduced Sexual Performance
Your pelvic floor has a huge impact on your sexual performance. If the area is tense, it leads to a forward thrust which causes problems during the performance of sexual acts, but is also one of the main causes of erectile dysfunction.
By releasing the constant unnatural stress in the area through softening of the hip flexors, sexual performance can improve by a long margin and becomes more satisfying as well.
Perhaps the most obvious problem of locked hip flexors is felt during workouts.
Important exercises such as dead lifts, squats and most core strengthening exercises are directly affected by hip flexibility. With locked hip flexors, you’re not able to perform these exercises with full range of motion.
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