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Old 06-07-2016, 04:56 PM #11
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Foam roller, ice and heat have worked well for me!
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Originally Posted by Adrrriaaaan View Post
Hello,

I've been boxing for about 18 months and have always struggled with tight hips / hip flexors.

I feel like on my right side I can't quite swing my hip around to give me enough power when I'm throwing a cross. Equally I feel that my hooks are weaker than they could be because my hip flexors feel very tight.

I stretch and stretch but really haven't found this to be particularly effective. Putting the road work in 3-4 times a week probably isn't helping either.

Anyone have any tips? I'm resigned to the fact I'm going to have to do yoga but I'll avoid it like the plague if I can!!

Thank you in advance.
The problem isnt your hips. The problem is your form. Flow from one move to the next. The culmination of unfettered unabashed flow will express itself naturally in your resulting technique.

Everything begins from your root. You must work from your root
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