If you want to permanently improve your flexibility so you can do key exercises that boost your metabolism like squats and deadlifts, then you need to do a whole lot more than the typical stretches everyone knows… If they worked, everyone would be flexible and loose, but it’s clear when you look around the gym that we’re not! That’s why the 3D Flexibility System, developed by my buddy Eric Wong who trains pro athletes for a living, is truly a revolution in flexibility training – it addresses not just tight muscles, but also fascia, the joint capsule, neuromuscular factors and strength so that you get more flexible, stronger and more mobile. If you’re not addressing these other factors that keep you tight, you’re never going to make permanent gains! Check out these cool hip flexibility and hamstring stretch sequences that Eric takes me through. And if you like these stretches and want more, then go to the next page and learn more about Eric’s new Flexibility System. Hip Flexibility Band Stretch Sequence Hamstring Stretch Sequence – this is one of the most effective ways to stretch your hamstrings. Tight hips are huge problems that cause pain and injuries that prevent us from achieving our fitness goals and Eric’s new program shows you how to fix them. It gets my highest recommendation.
Funk and Steve Delaney of PhysioMed http://www.phisiomed.ca take you through 3 stretches to help with hip flexibility, knee problems and bad lower back. Do these stretched BEFORE you train and after a quick warm up to open and loosen up the hips. I used these stretched to help me win my first Pro Muay Thai fight. If I did not use these stretches, there is NO way I would have been able to kick at all (I have tight hips)
Wide Hip Stretch Hip Flexor Exercise Triangle Hip Stretch Exercise