Standing Hip Flexor Stretch Exercise Guide
Standing Hip Flexor Stretch is a bodyweight exercise that works your quadriceps and hip flexors.
Standing Hip Flexor Stretch is a great basic move. When done correctly, it can effectively target your .
It requires no equipment to do.
How to do Standing Hip Flexor Stretch
Start out standing up straight with your spine upright with your left foot in front of the other.
Bend slightly at both knees and raise the back foot up from the concrete.
Move your weight forward and aim your body in a lunge stance using your front foot as the stabilizer with your back foot already bent to the floor and stretched out.
Keep this place for 15 to 30 seconds then return back to the top.
Continue for however many reps, sets for however long you wish.
Learn how to do standing hip flexor stretch from this step-by-step illustrations:
The muscles used for standing hip flexor stretch may change slightly based on the your trained range of motion and technique, but in the most general case, the muscles used for standing hip flexor stretch are:
- Hip Flexors
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|Type(s)||Bodyweight, Calisthenic, Strength, Isolated|
|Muscles Worked||Quadriceps, Hip Flexors|
|Difficulty Level(s)||Basic, Easy|
|Location||At Gym, At Home, Outdoor|
|Major Exercise||Hip Flexor Stretch|