A curvy body with well-toned but bigger hips takes some all-around work. A combo of exercises that work your glutes, thigh muscles, back, and core can get you there. Try quadruped hip extensions, glute bridges, bicycle crunches, step-ups, supermans, and evergreen favorites like lunges and squats for best results.
Resting up and applying ice can do a lot to ease hip flexor pain, particularly in the first few days. You can also soak in an Epsom salt bath to relax the muscles and apply a turmeric or ajwain and ginger powder poultice to fight the pain. Drink ginger, cinnamon, or turmeric tea to fight the inflammation from within. Also practice rehabilitative exercises that stretch and strengthen muscles after a few days of recouping.
Child Pose: Relieves stress, not advised for pregnant women. Warrior Pose I: Strengthens back, shoulders and arm muscles, not recommended for heart disease patients. Warrior Pose II: Increases stamina, people with neck pain should avoid. Cobbler's Pose: Revitalizes abdominal region. Downward Dog Pose: Relieves depression and improves digestion.
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