Liberate Yourself From Hip Pain in Just 3 Minutes

A kinesiologist’s exercise prescription for happy hips forever.

David Liira, Kin.


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If you struggle with tight, cranky hips, listen up. You don’t need to stretch for hours on end to get the relief you’re looking for. It’s time to put the braces and painkillers away because I’ve got a prescription that’s far more effective and sustainable. In less than 5 minutes per day, you can make a life-changing transformation in the strength and stability of the hips to increase your health span and overall functionality.

What’s my secret you ask?

Well, there’s no secret at all. This can all be achieved through active mobility exercises that challenge the deepest tissues that most of us neglect. Just think of this like introducing flossing after years of leaving your teeth to rot. It feels good, it’s easy, and you’ll kick yourself for not doing it sooner.

If you’ve got a few minutes per day, you have everything you need to set yourself up for happy hips for life.

What is active mobility? It’s the application of exercises that challenge a certain range of motion that you can control and contract through. Don’t confuse this with flexibility which is when you get muscles into a lengthened state passively through external help. While flexibility is a requirement for active mobility, you won’t get the most out of your joint health until you add the final layer of active mobility into the equation.

The best part is that this training is accessible to virtually everyone. You don’t need fancy equipment or a high fitness level to begin training your body to be stronger and more stable in vulnerable positions. If you’ve got a few minutes per day, you have everything you need to set yourself up for happy hips for life.

Let’s get started.

Introducing the Antidote to Aging Hips

Before we get going with the movements below, it’s important to remember that mobility training always comes with its risks. If you have a history of musculoskeletal injuries or chronic conditions that may put you at risk during physical activity, please work closely with…



David Liira, Kin.

Kinesiologist. Writing on health and the human condition. Clap and I clap back.