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Think you can’t squat because of a bad back? Tight hips? Weak knees? You may want to look lower down in the kinetic chain — the problem may just be tight ankles.

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How to Warm Up Tight Hips Before a Run

How to Warm Up Tight Hips Before a Run - Getting the blood flowing is one reason to warm up before a run, but you also want to slowly open up tight areas to avoid injury and to make running feel easier and more comfortable. Since tight hips and quads are a common complaint, give this yogic warmup a try before your next run. Aside from opening up the hips, it'll also target the shoulders and get the core fired up.

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Got Tight Hips? Then Do These

This sequence of Pigeon pose variations are sure to loosen up hips made tight from running or simply sitting all day. Begin with your right knee forward, and then repeat on the other side.

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Got Tight Hips? Then Do These

This sequence of Pigeon pose variations are sure to loosen up hips made tight from running or simply sitting all day. Begin with your right knee forward, and then repeat on the other side.

What Are Your Tight Hips Telling You?

How to Loosen Up those Tight Hips and Lower Back #114 - http://www.thehowto.info/how-to-loosen-up-those-tight-hips-and-lower-back-114/

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An Easy Way to Ease Tight Hips

When your lower back is sore from running or sitting all day, here's a relaxing stretch to target that area and open the hips. Sit on the floor with your legs in front of you. Bend your knees so they are slightly wider than your shoulders.