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Hamstring Mobility Flow

Hamstring Mobility Flow

Struggling with tight hamstrings?
Or maybe you have plenty of flexibility but you lack the ability to control your mobility?

Dr. Stacie Morris, DPT, put together a quick hamstring routine that also works the hip flexors, hip adductors (groin), glutes, calves & that pesky sciatic nerve!

1️⃣ Hamstring “Scoops”
2️⃣ Kneeling Hamstring Reaches
3️⃣ Kneeling Medial Hamstring/ Groin Reaches
4️⃣ Hamstring/ Sciatic Nerve Mobilizations
5️⃣ Seated Cross-Body Hamstring Reaches
6️⃣ Seated Hamstring Kick Outs
7️⃣ Pancake Mobilizations

Don’t just speed through these movements, slow them down, and really learn how to control each position.
After all, mobility is all about control.

Dr. Stacie Morris recommends hitting about 10 reps for each movement on each side. This should take you around 10-15 minutes to complete.

Hamstring “Scoops”
Kneeling Hamstring Reaches
Kneeling Medial Hamstring/ Groin Reaches
Hamstring/ Sciatic Nerve Mobilizations
eated Cross-Body Hamstring Reaches
Seated Hamstring Kick Outs
Pancake Mobilizations

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