Recently I mentioned that you sit too much, and we looked at a hip mobility complex to help you combat the effects of sitting. Here’s another very good hip mobility process from Kelly Starrett at MobilityWOD.com.
I’ve been doing this drill myself and with other clients and we’ve been seeing very nice results from loosening tight low backs to improving squat performance and generally realizing that we’ve got all kinds of tight, gunked-up tissue in our hips. All this tightness and restriction can mean trouble for knees, ankles, low backs, shoulders–all sorts of parts. Try this drill. Keep working on it. Do it frequently especially after long bike rides or any long period of sitting and before your workouts.