Hip Flexor Stretch Lunge Position – Ask Doctor Jo

The hip flexor stretch in a lunge position is a simple way to help stretch out your hip flexors. Watch more Ask Doctor Jo videos featuring full routines for common injuries and syndromes at http://bit.ly/2s454sG

To perform a hip flexor stretch in a lunge position:

1. Start in tall kneeling with both knees on the ground. Use a pillow under your knee for protection if you would like. Keep the knee of the side you want to stretch on the ground. Bring the other leg forward putting your foot on the ground in a lunge position.
2. Keeping your back straight and upright, lean forward until you feel a stretch. Hold the stretch.

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