How to do Side-lying Hip Exercises

You’ll find out how to do four side-lying hip exercises in the post below. Side-lying hip abduction exercises are great to strengthen the muscles on the side of the pelvis/hip which provide stability for when you’re standing up. Watch the video or read more below: Here are you four Side-lying...

Different Bridge Exercises To Try

If you want to know some different bridge exercises to try then we’ve got five bridge exercise variations below. Bridge exercises are a great way to target the glutes (the ones that are at the back of the hip) and lower back. Watch the video or read more below: Here...

How to Choose the Right Resistance Band

We’ll discuss how to choose the right resistance band in the video and blog post below. A resistance band has different strengths (usually depending on their colour) and they make an exercise easier or harder. Choosing the right strength of the resistance band will depend on how challenging you want...

5 Hamstring Stretches for Tight Hamstrings

Hamstring stretches are helpful when you’ve got tight hamstrings. This post will show you how to do five hamstring stretches for tight hamstrings. The hamstrings are the muscles at the back of the thigh. They can get tight especially due to prolonged sitting which can lead to lower back pain,...
If you want to know how to do hip exercises, we’ve got five different hip exercises for you to try out.

5 Hip Exercises to Stretch and Strengthen

Hip exercises can improve the efficiency of recruiting muscles around the area, like when you walk or run. This post will show you how to do 5 hip exercises to stretch and strengthen. Watch the video or read more below: Here are the hip exercises you should try: Exercise 1:...

How to Stretch on the Foam Roller

The foam roller is an easy way to give a great stretch to the upper back and the front of the shoulders. This post will show you some simple ways to stretch out on the foam roller. Watch the video or read more below: Lay down on the Foam Roller:...

Try Thread the Needle in Standing

Try the exercise ‘thread the needle’ in standing. No equipment is needed and it helps to maintain or improve the flexibility of the spine. Easy to do and no excuses. A previous post we’ve done talks you through how to do this in 4-point kneeling (in this post). Either option...

Thread the Needle for Spinal Rotation

Thread the needle for spinal rotation is great for working all the way down the length of the spine Watch the video or read more below: How to Thread the Needle for Spinal Rotation Start in a 4-point kneeling position (hips over your knees, shoulders over your hands). Feed your...

Maintaining Flexibility – Try a Deep Squat

Try a deep squat daily to maintain your flexibility. A deep squat is great as it will target a number of different areas. Watch the video or read more below: Important note: Please don’t do this is you’ve got known problems with your ankles, knees or hips. Stop if this...

Importance of Exercise after Episode of Pain

This post explains the importance of exercise after episode of pain. It follows on from this post explaining why 6 weeks for recovery is a good milestone. Watch the video or read below for a refresh on 6 weeks for recovery and the importance of exercising after an episode of...