Exercises for Improving Hip Stability | Peak Physique & Performance
A large percentage of people work in offices, and while their jobs put bread on the table, they also cause several health issues. Due to the sedentary nature of office jobs, weight gain, back problems, hip stiffness, and instability are all common drawbacks of sitting for a minimum of 8 hours a day. Tight hips, in particular, can be linked to other issues and painful symptoms such as shoulder pain, knee pain, and shin splints. Luckily, with a little bit of effort and commitment, you can overcome these drawbacks. Today, we're going to talk about how to strengthen your hips and increase their mobility by performing simple exercises. Hip Stability Exercises Mini Band Toe Tap The first exercise that can help you strengthen those important hip stabilizer muscles is simple and can be done anywhere, even in the comfort of your own home. All you need is one piece of equipment - a mini band. Place the rubber band around your thighs and bend your knees slightly. Keep your foot, pelvis, and