The large hip muscles (glutes) are your main defence against ankle sprains so make sure they work. Prolonged sitting tightens up the front of your hips and stops you from being able to access your glutes to protect your ankles


A loss of hip stability can mean big problems downstream and its a major contributor to weak-feet-itis so make sure you clean that up first if you’re having foot or ankle problems


Escape the chair, reclaim hip extension and glute activation and instantly feel a difference in your balance and lower body stability with lifting or running


Posted on June 8, 2017, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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