Hip Flexor Stretches
2 Hip Flexor Stretches – Hip Flexors can get tight if you sit for long periods at work or if you drive for a living. Tight hip flexors inhibit hip extension, and can cause the pelvis to go into an anterior tilt. This can cause lower back pain as well as stretching the hamstrings at the back of the leg.
Incorporate Hip Flexor stretches into your exercise routine for overall muscle balance in the quads, psoas and hamstrings.
Start with basic hip flexion. If your psoas muscles are inflamed then they may be sore for a few days as they get used to being stretched. Same applies to the quad attachments at the ASIS at the front of the hip.