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Hip Flexor Foam Roller for Runners

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The hip flexors are a powerful muscle group that commonly becomes tight. When the hip flexors become tight they can alter the biomechanics in athletes, especially runners. The tight hip flexor can shorten stride length which can create achilles, knee and back problems. By using the foam roller, then performing a stretch the hip flexor can lengthen and loosen.


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