“The Hogan Flow Method” will help to give you back your “Freedom In Movement”
Maybe you haven’t spent too much time in the past thinking about your hip flexors.
Perhaps you know they get tight when you sit a lot or that they burn when you’re doing an abdominal exercise the wrong way.
If you’re anything like me, you were amazed to find out that this muscle, also known as the psoas (pronounced so-az), is one of the longest muscles in the body and the only muscle that connects the upper body and lower body, all while controlling balance, our ability to sit, stand, twist, reach, bend, walk and step.
That’s just scratching the surface, because your hip flexors are also connected to your emotional well-being.
Let’s “unlock your hip flexors,” so that you can be strong, active and energetic for yourself and loved ones.