Can I have ideas for stretch for my hips?

Kathleen N.
lay down on your back. Pull your knees towards you until you’re in a cradle position. Cross one foot over on to the top of your knee. Wrap your hands around your knee as well and pull back. You should get a nice stretch in your hips.

Maria P.
Sure! Do high knees running in place, high lung, and last just stretch! And btw my name is imaan you can talk to me on this phone number ( 316 8071979)

Evelyn Andreea R.
A few good ideas are found in the yoga and stretching videos on youtube – I watched a few workouts there. There is also a good app called Lose Weight for Women/Men that helped a lot.

Amarildo P.
Usually I never focus on the hips but I'd say the one I do is that side on where you put your hand on your hip then lean and then do it again

B J.
I’d suggest to download the Workout Women app, and do the stretch called Goodnight Stretch.
It takes only 9 minutes, and it has helped me relieve back and hip pain!
Just try it out, you never know until you try dear one!!
I encourage you to continue on this journey, even when you don’t feel up to the task.
Feelings change, but the situation stays the same.
And you know deep down, YOU CAN DO THIS!

Mika Z.
i don't know if this gonna help you, but i really love exercises for hips that have Pamela Reif in her stretch videos, maybe try it if you want and than you can use it in your routine

Elli Y.
i don't think i do but i would absolutely try to come up with some sorth of stretch that triggers that part of the body.

Jo Jo J.
Put one foot forward into a light lunge. Hold your hands together and raise your arms up all the way.
Or lay on your stomach and put your hand the back of your hip and gently push down while twisting your torso towards your back

Alfred Z.
My favorite way to stretch my hips is with lunge-based stretches and the butterfly stretch. There are lots of guides on YouTube that can explain these better (and with images) than I could verbally, so I highly recommend going and checking them out!

Elouise O.
Hi there! Attached is a website I once visited when I was looking for the same information 😄

Sarah G.
You can sit down and try to reach behind your back and try to touch the other side. (and then with your other hand in the other side)

Amelia T.
I found some yoga poses that stretch my hips. On instagram are videos showing you how to do these poses. I try to copy them.

Shammah Z.
Try twisting your hips side to side 3 times a day and by the end of September or maybe even sooner your hips should be just fine.If that doesn't work try:Kneel on your right knee.
Put your left foot on the floor with your left knee at a 90-degree angle.
Drive your hip forward. Maintaining a straight back, lean your torso forward.
Hold the position for 30 seconds.
Repeat 2 to 5 times with each leg, trying to increase your stretch each time. Hope this helps 🙏

Brianna X.
Try the bridge pose used in yoga practices, it feels great! Be mindful of your body’s weight distribution as you can hurt your wrists if you do this incorrectly. Hope this is helpful!

Leah E.
I love watching and how to get your middle splits videos as they often help open your hips. You just do what you can and you'll see improvement

Lindalva Q.
Lie flat on your back with your knees bent and your feet flat on the ground.
Lift your right knee toward your chest and hold it with your hands.
Slide your left leg out straight. You should feel a stretch in the front of your left hip.
Hold for 60 seconds or more.
Switch sides and repeat.

Taylor O.
Lay on your back, knees up to your chest, knees wide, lightly grab the outside of your feet and raise up to the sky, sit here for a count of 10-20. Breathe in deep and out slowly, let your hips splay out, release your feet and bring knees back to chest, don’t hold your feet this time, but let your knees widen and just let them splay outwards

Jane Y.
I'd say the butterfly pose and frog pose are the best hip stretch imo, I've tried them and it reliefs tension in your muscle and makes your hips more flexible

Joshua Y.
you should lay down and hold your knee.The next step is to put your other foot on your knee(not on top of it in front of you) you should have a gap. Next grab your knee and pull for 10-15 seconds