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Windmill exercise for hip strength and mobility

The base for most of our body’s movement comes from your hips and the muscles that surround them. Think about those instances where you are walking up stairs or bending over to pick up a child. Hip strength and mobility is one of the keys to, not only good performance, but comfort during day to day activities.

Our hips can become less functional due to injury or become stiff due to prolonged positioning. Sit at a computer all day with little movement? That can stiffen your hips and allow them to become weaker.

If you’re in an occupation that requires a lot of bending, such as a gardener or landscaper, here’s an exercise for strengthening your hips and improving mobility from Nova Medical Centers‘ Dr. Kevin Dang.

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