Trunk Hip Flexion and Extension With Band


How to Do

How to Do Trunk Hip Flexion and Extension With Band

The trunk hip flexion and extension with the band should begin with a good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.

If any pain is experienced, immediately stop the trunk hip flexion and extension with a band.


Beginning Trunk Hip Flexion and Extension

1. Door Attachment: Top of Door.

2. Stand with feet just inside your hips, facing the door.

3. Bend knees slightly, hips facing forward, and feet flat on the floor.

4. Hold one strap in each hand at eye level.

5. Straighten arms with hands together, palms facing downward, and reaching toward the attachment site.

6. Keep feet, hips, and shoulders square with your body and facing the door.

7. Keep wrists firm and unbent.


Trunk Hip Flexion and Extension Movement

1. Slowly pull hands downward and slightly diagonal toward the outside of one knee while keeping arms straight and rib cage lifted.

2. Simultaneously bend knees in to a half squat while shifting hips sideways in opposite direction with back straight and opposite shoulder turned inward.

3. End with arms straight, hands open, and fingers pointed downward. Hold and slowly return to start position.


Trunk Hip Flexion and Extension Benefits

Hip extension workouts are significant because the glutes and hamstrings, which are part of your hip extensor muscles, are primary movers in your body. Glute strength is important for pelvic alignment and lower back support. Running, walking, and jumping are all made easier with strong hamstrings.

Exercise Aliases

exercise with resistance bands.


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