The hip is crucial to our wellbeing for several reasons:

Mobility and Stability: The hip joint is one of the largest weight-bearing joints in the body and plays a significant role in mobility and stability. It allows us to walk, run, jump, and perform various daily activities with ease.

Support for the Spine: The hip joint is closely connected to the spine and pelvis. A strong and stable hip joint helps support the spine, reducing the risk of back pain and improving posture.

Balance and Coordination: Strong hip muscles are essential for maintaining balance and coordination. They help stabilize the body during movement and prevent falls, especially as we age.

Core Strength: The muscles around the hip, including the glutes, hip flexors, and deep stabilizers, are crucial for core strength. A strong core is essential for overall stability and preventing injuries.

Joint Health: Keeping the hip joint healthy through regular exercise and proper alignment helps prevent conditions like arthritis and osteoporosis, which can significantly impact mobility and quality of life.

Overall Functional Fitness: The hip is involved in almost every movement we make, from sitting and standing to bending and twisting. By keeping the hip joint flexible, strong, and stable, we can maintain overall functional fitness and enjoy a better quality of life.

Now that you know the importance of the hips to our wellbeing, please do take care of your hips through light exercises, stretching or yoga.

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Victor Ang


June 11, 2024 — Victoria Rose