Hurdle mobility drills can be a great way to help you jump higher, run faster, and reduce the possibility for injury. Stronger hips muscles lead to better balance, fewer injuries, and better explosive motions. The hips connect the top half of the body to the lower half of the body, so strength in this area is critical for athletes.
Beginner Hurdle Mobility Routine
If those are too easy or you're looking for more advanced hurdle mobility drills check out our advanced hurdle mobility video down below.
Advanced Hurdle Mobility Routine
Backwards Continuous Walkovers
These advanced mobility drills are not only a great way to continue strengthening your hips but will also help your body with mind muscle connection and body coordination.
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