Stretches for the hip using a doorway for stability

In this video clip I make use of a chair and doorway to help achieve some really effective stretching. The doorpost affords increased stability and therefore makes stretching in all three planes of motion easier, whilst enabling us to get deep into the stretch. You’ll need to put a non-slip mat under the chair if your floors are slippery like mine!

09 June 2016
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