The Quads, Hips, and Hamstrings are the biggest muscles in our bodies. They help to power us through life. If kept healthy they will keep us moving properly. When we don’t dedicate time to stretching and creating mobility, the facia builds up and we get adhesions and knots that keep us from our full range of motion. For athletes, these are super important. Spend a little time to tune up your hips and hamstrings to make sure they are helping you to stay aligned in your practice, and releasing and firing properly. Short, simple, and very effective.

Many of the videos you see on Youtube in this category are of people borrowing space from other areas in the body (like low back) to look like they’re going deeper in the pose. This is ineffective. Don’t be fooled.

Great for runners, cyclists, weightlifters, hikers, surfers and athletes of all kind.

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  1. Thank you so much for the 30 day challenge Tim! I'm trying to do it everyday but sometimes it's once every 2… 🙁 I'm finding it's helping a lot with pole dancing classes, particularly the breathing control for poses.

    I tend to have a session after class. Would you suggest giving your body a rest and do it maybe the next day? I was just theorising that the stretch and lengthening helps with the recovery…

  2. Hips 'n' hammies, my tightest parts. Thanks for the reminders about the simplest of stretches that are the remedy, Tim. I just have to DO them!

  3. Hi again Tim! Don't know if you have seen my other comments on past videos, but your videos have been a huge part of my life for the past 6 months. The benefits just keep coming! This video and the hips/core video you posted just before have made me realize many things I've been doing wrong. To be honest, I may have lightly injured my knee because of things I was doing before I learned from this video and the other hips/core video. Thank you as always though! Such a blessing to have yoga for free and in my own home 🙂

  4. I am pretty new to yoga, and I am currently doing the 30 day challenge and it is going pretty well! I am a long distance runner and I also do road cycling, so it's safe to say that my hips and hamstrings get super tight. I find that each day of doing yoga practice has made my leg flexibility so much better and has actually made a huge improvement to my other activity. Super happy I found your channel. It's sprung my newfound love for yoga and now I'm a full-blown addict 😍

  5. Hi Tim. Just discovered my hip problem is bursitis. Would you know if it's advisable to do deep hip stretches at this time? Many thanks for your videos.


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