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The "Hidden Survival Muscle" In Your Body Missed By Modern Physicians That Keep Millions Of Men And Women Defeated By Pain, Frustrated With Belly Fat, To Feel Energyzed Every Day...
THE SHOCKING WAYS THAT TIGHT HIPS ARE HOLDING YOU BACK... THAT YOU WON'T BELIEVE!
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The impact the hips had on the whole body never occurred to me until I saw the effect of tight hip flexors had on the health and well-being of my wife after she gave birth.
It was only then that I truly understood the magnitude of the problem.
We're not just talking about a bit of soreness; tight hip flexors are the root cause of problems such as:
Nagging joint pains in your legs, lower back or hips
Walking with discomfort
Hips locking up
Sluggishness in day to day life
Compromised Immune System
Loss of sexual performance
Lack of Explosiveness in the gym or sports
If any of these sound familiar to you, don't worry because you're not alone.
Tight hip flexors affect nearly everybody, but few realize the impact on your whole body.
Again, everything flows through the hips.
Think of the hips as a barometer. The health and flexibility of your hip muscles are an indicator of the strength and health of our whole body.
AND AT THE VERY HEART OF THIS IS THE "HIDDEN" MOST POWERFUL SURVIVAL MUSCLE. WHEN THIS MUSCLE IS HEALTHY, WE ARE HEALTHY.
Here's The Truth: Most People Don't Realize The Cause
Of Their Problems Is Tight Hip Flexors
THE #1 ACTIVITY THAT'S MAKING YOU WEAKER, FATTER AND IS KILLING
YOUR SEX LIFE
It may be the most harmless activity known to man, but it's also one of the biggest dangers to your health.
Even if you're the most active of athletes, you may still suffer from a tight psoas due to the amount of time you spend each day planted to a chair.
Weakness, shortening and tightness develops in the muscle through sitting for extended periods of time, poor sleep posture and even stress and tension.
HERE ARE 3 WAYS THAT SITTING IS KILLING YOUR PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL HEALTH:
BULGING BELLY SYNDROME
Wonder why your stomach still sticks out even though you’re hammering the core exercises every day? It's a common myth that bulging belly is due to weak abdominal muscles. The real cause is likely to be tight psoas muscles, which cause the lower back to curve pushing out the stomach. When the psoas works properly it pulls the abdomen back tucking the tummy in, giving you a strong, flat stomach.
FAT LOSS INHIBITOR
As the body's "fight or flight" muscle, your psoas is deeply connected to our natural survival instinct. It instantly tightens in moments of danger to either protect you (in a fetal position) or help you run, fueled by the release of adrenaline. However, if your psoas is constantly tight, it signals to the body you are in constant danger, leading to overworking of the adrenal glands. When this happens, your immune system suffers and your body automatically switches into fat storing mode in anticipation of danger. Can’t shift that weight? Blame your hips also known as your "survival muscle".
LACK OF SEXUAL PERFORMANCE
Sitting all day causes your hips to become stuck in a forward thrust position. This leads to pulling on the lower back and decreased blood flow and circulation through the hips and to where it matters.
SITTING IS YOUR ENEMY IN THE QUEST TO DISCOVER PEAK HEALTH, BECAUSE OF THE WIDE-RANGING IMPACT IT CAUSES TO YOUR MOST VITAL MUSCLE.
WHAT YOUR PHYSICIAN ISN'T
TELLLING YOU... AND WHAT THEY DON'T KNOW
Diagnosing tight hip flexors is tricky.
If you've seen a therapist or physician, chances are they weren't able to pinpoint the issue.
Buried so deep within your abdomen, it's no wonder identifying it as the root cause of any of your symptoms is difficult to do.
It's why tight hip flexors are left undiagnosed and untreated for far too long, as physicians look for a simpler explanation.
So understand that this it's not your fault.
However, knowing this hands you the power to finally do something about it before it's too late.
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References for Unlock Your Hip Flexors:
The Vital Psoas Muscle: Connecting Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Well-Being, Jo Ann Staugaard-Jones, North Atlantic Books 2012
Psoas Strength and Flexibility: Core Workouts to Increase Mobility, Reduce Injuries and End Back Pain, Pamela Ellgen Ulysses Press, (2015)
Body Encyclopaedia: A Guide to the Psychological Functions of the Muscular System, Lisbeth Marcher and Sonja Fich, North Atlantic Books (2010)
Iliopsoas - The Flee/Fight Muscle for Survival, Liz Koch,PositiveHealthOnline.com (2005)
The Psoas Is - Liz Koch, YogaJournal.com (2007)
The Psoas Book, Liz Koch, Guinea Pig Publications (2012)
6 Muscles You Can’t Ignore, Ted Spiker, Men’s Health (2015)
The Psoas Muscles, Psoas Stretches and Abdominal Exercises for Back Pain, Lawrence Gold (2010) Somatics on the Web, somatics.com
Passive Versus Active Stretching of Hip Flexor Muscles in Subjects With Limited Hip Extension, Michael V Winters et al, Journal of the American Physical Therapy Association (2004)
Tight Psoas Muscles? Sit too much?, Lawrence Gold, Lawrence Gold Somatics
Effects of hip flexor training on sprint, shuttle run, and vertical jump performance, RS Deane et al, Journal of Strength Conditioning Research(2005)
Gluteal Muscles, Brian Mac, BrianMac.com
Weight Loss and Adrenal Stress, Marcelle Pick, WomenToWomen.com
Psoas Muscle In Tai Chi, EarthBalance-TaiChi.com (2012)
Attention, Yogis: What Is The Psoas and Why Should We Care?, Hope Zvara,MindBodyGreen.com (2012)
The ‘Muscle of the Soul’ may be Triggering your Fear and Anxiety, Brett Wilbanks, Waking Times (2015)
Need Speed? Don’t Forget The Psoas!, Dr Evan Osar,AthletesAcceleration.com
Runner’s Guide To The Psoas, Jill Hudgins, Runners World (2011)