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hip flexors for sprinting speed

hip flexors for speed
Hip Flexors for Speed

Any athlete who wants to run faster will certainly want to train their hip flexors for speed.  One reason is because they are the longest and largest muscle group in the body, comprising of seven different muscles on each side of the body and they drive the acceleration phase of sprinting like no other group.  The names of these muscles are: 1) Psoas, 2) Iliacus, 3) Sartorius, 4) Vastus Rectus (a.k.a Rectus Femoris), 5) Adductor Longus, 6) Adductor Brevis, and 7) Pectineus and be seen in Figure 1 below:  Figure 1.  The Hip Flexor Muscles. The hip flexors are also… read more

role of hip flexors in running
5/12: Role of the Hip Flexors in Running

Part 5 of 12 – Hip Flexors Hold the Key to Your Success   If you think you know the hip flexors, well then, think again.  The hip flexors are more than just another muscle group to consider exercising as a way to get faster… so much more.  In this article I am going to blow the secret wide open about the most critical role of the hip flexors such that when we are finished, you’ll never be the same (in a good way!) and begin to realize they hold the key to your athletic success. Now, that’s something to… read more

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