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Single Leg Bridge

Are you starting a new running program? Want to improve strength and stability for running? Try out simple runners drill for hip and pelvic stability with core activation. Alternating legs with bridging. This will help yo be more stable and stronger with running and more efficient. Hi this is Dana Ranahan from Body Works Sports […]

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Hip Flexor Or Thigh Tightness?

How do I release hip flexor tightness? How do I loosen up my hip flexor? Quads? Learn how to release and stretch to stay pain free with Rick Heyden and try out his tips with foam roller and stretch. Hi this is Rick Heyden, physiotherapist from Body Works Sports Physiotherapy and today I’m going to […]

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Hip Tightness or Hip Pain? Try a Foam Roller

Do you have tight hips, buttocks, or hip flexors? Hip Pain? Try using a foam roller to help alleviate tightness and resolve pain. If this helps only temporarily, please call in to set up an appointment to see what else you need to do to help your hips become more balanced and less tight. Hi […]

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Hip Pain and Labral Tears Of The Hip

Listen in to hear more information about hip pain and how it happens Hi this is Dana Ranahan from Body Works Sports Physiotherapy in North Vancouver and I’m here today to talk about hip pain. So a lot of us get hip pain with different activities whether it be running or hiking or various sports […]

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Hip Strengthening – Hip Adduction or Groin Strengthening

Hip strength is important to avoid injury and hip pain, lower back pain, groin pain and knee pain. Try out simple hip adduction exercise to help strengthen your groin and hip area! Here is a simple exercise to work on strengthening your inner thigh or your adductor muscles, this very important for sports and running. […]

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Single Leg Bridging Runners Drill – Gluts and Core

O.K. so we’re going to work on a single leg bridge working on alternate legs and this is great for getting back to some running or walking activities; work on breathing in, as you breathe out softening your chest, engage your core, lengthen your tailbone as if to lift your hips up, keeping the ball […]

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