Training tips - Hip opener exercises

by Andyn Kadir 10 Sep 2017

Coach Azimah from Strength Avenue leads you through some hip opener exercises to help you get comfortable in a deep squat!

 

Actively push one side at a time, while staying low in the squat position. Perform 5 reps, then hold for 10s on the last rep. After mobilizing both sides individually, push both knees out at the same time while staying low in the squat, for 5 reps, then a 10s hold.

 

If you can't get into a deep squat yet without losing balance, place your hands on the floor for support, or hold on to a sturdy surface.

 

Lower back tightness? Continue working on hitting depth with your bodyweight squats. The more you do it, the better it will get.