It’s not difficult to find someone who doesn’t have clogged thigh muscles. They trigger discomfort in the lower back and knees, which is a very common complaint these days. The problem may be caused by a variety of factors. But it all boils down to the fact that people are sedentary at work, on the way to work, while watching TV, and in a variety of other circumstances.
Hip pain is commonly caused by sitting for several hours per day. This is because these muscles are squeezed for a long time while you sit all day. They can eventually be pinched as a result of this. This effect is inconvenient and provides little advantage when exercising. Stiffness can limit your range of motion, which can impact anything from how deep you can squat or lunge to how much light jogging you can do.
Uttita Ashva Sanchalanasana (high lunge pose)
✔️With your left foot, take a big step forward, extending your feet nearly the entire length of the mat.
✔️Lift the heel off the floor by bending the knee of the forward leg and straightening the one behind it. Bend your front leg to the point that your thigh is parallel to the ground.
✔️Shift the basin to the right.
✔️Reach up and stretch your arms toward the ceiling on either side of your shoulders. You can feel the muscles stretch throughout this time.
✔️Hold your breath for at least 5 seconds before switching sides.
This pose can be taught in a variety of ways by different instructors. Don’t worry if it’s a little different with your hands on the mat on either side of your forward leg, for example.
The hip and quadriceps flexors are stretched.
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