What to Do About Hip Flexor Pain When Squatting

In my house, the kids are off school for Winter Break. It is the start of the crazy Christmas holidays.

Before I head outside to go sledding with the kids, I have a quick video for you on what do do about hip flexor pain when squatting.

I’m off to go on sledding!

~ Rick

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In this video, I want to show you what to do about hip flexor pain when squatting. This is foam rolling out your hip flexors.

What to Do About Hip Flexor Pain When Squatting

 

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I will get Andrea to demonstrate.

What to Do About Hip Flexor Pain When Squatting

Get on the floor with a full foam roller. Have the foam roller start at about your hip joint, roll through from your hip to just above the knee, then roll back down. Use a nice controlled movement, looking at doing 5 to 10 repetitions. Start off with five and see how it feels. Go through the squatting movement then and see how your hip flexors feel. If they feel better, then continue and do 10 repetitions.

Make sure to swing by ExercisesforInjuries.com. Enter in your injury or pain. There is a good chance that I have an article, a video, or an interview that will help you overcome your injury or pain.

If you want to instantly release your hip flexors for more strength, better health and all day energy, then click here to check out the Unlock Your Hip Flexors program.

Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS