1-minute Standing Low Back and Hip Stretch
Individual Flexibility Exercises • 44s
This exercise will help you increase flexibility in the low back and hips for a better range of motion so that you can complete your follow-through.
Stand in a shoulder width stance.
Place your palms on your low back with your fingers pointing to the ground.
Simply press your hip forward to feel a stretch in the front of your hips and in your low back.
Only go as far back as feels comfortable.
Hold position for 8 to 10 counts.
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