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PNF Stretch: Hip Internal Rotators

Beginner I
(12 Reviews)

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In this short video, David teaches you how to release tightness in your gluteus medius, gluteus minimus and tensor fascia latae (TFL) using the PNF technique. It’s a great stretch for improving range of motion, improving athletic performance, reducing injury and relieving lower back pain.


  • Strap


  • Hips
  • Flexibility
  • Lower Back


  • PNF
  • Yoga for Athletes
  • Yoga for Runners
  • Yoga for Back Care
May 10, 2023

My hips have been feeling a bit achy today and this really soothed them. Thank you David!

December 13, 2020

This worked almost magically for me. I started with a strap, finished holding my foot in my hand.

August 7, 2020

I must have been doing something wrong because this was way too easy. Is it important to keep your knee bent at a certain angle? Say 90°? More? Less? Doesn't matter?

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David Procyshyn
August 17, 2020

It doesn't have to be exact, but it's best to have your knee bent at around 90 degrees.

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