Improving the Rectus Femoris Stretch

A technique to help improve the function of the lumbo-pelvic hip complex. The lumbo-pelvic region is commonly the place with highest responsibility when it comes to lower back pain. In this video I cover a technique that relaxes a hip flexor muscle (rectus femoris) via the use of a static stretch, furthermore eliminating one of the roots of lower back pain. Please like and share the footage if you found this to be useful. I bust my ass to make this content free and any help is greatly appreciated 🙂 Thank you all very much.

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  1. Kay Dunkel February 13, 2014 at 8:14 pm - Reply

    How many pages are there in your book on posture?

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    • Michal February 18, 2015 at 9:23 am - Reply

      There are 153 pages of great information in Power of Posture. Good buy! Everything Naudi has ever presented for free in more detail + much more. A long list of stretches and releases, what order to do them in, and why we are doing them.

  2. Ranbir November 24, 2014 at 7:01 pm - Reply

    Good video. Very informative, espically where you talk about the hips being uneven during the stretch.
    If you have time, I would really appreciate it if you can help me out. I injured my back about three years ago doing deadlifts. I have tried a lot of stretching and a lot of strengthing but I have seen the results I want, which is to eliminate my back pain. Also, the pain is only on the left side of my body. I think I have antrior pelvic tilt, I say this because when i posterior tilt my pelvic my back feels a little better. I feel as if the problem is comming from the hips, like they’re stuck and not moving right.
    Any help would be appreciated

  3. Shawn Noyes March 6, 2016 at 7:49 pm - Reply

    Great stuff as usual! Your hard work and effort to provide this information to is for free is VERY much appreciated!

  4. tids September 12, 2017 at 3:07 am - Reply

    How can I donor you some ££$$$- here in the Uk my kids and I follow your great advice and value your techniques.. One plays rugby for region he’s 15 the other older 17 year old is in Team GB for cycling!!! Im an 53 year old endurance SUP athlete who travels oceans and lifeguards for my fun….

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