Maintain an erect stance with your feet hip-width apart and arms at your sides.
The piriformis muscle is located on the exterior of the buttock and is a deep internal hip rotator.
Take a large step forward with your left foot to assume a stumbling posture.
Kneel, recline, or stand with your feet hip-width apart and your arms extended above your head.
Grab the back of your right leg and pull it toward your torso with gentle force.
The front quadriceps is comfortably resting on the ground in a position that does not cause excessive strain.
Spread your ankles further apart than shoulder-width.
Place the soles of your feet together on the floor and bend your knees to the sides.
The wrists should be clasped behind the lower back.
Keep it parallel to your body, neither in front nor behind.
Lunging Hip Flexor Stretch Bend your left knee and stretch.
Lie on your stomach with both arms extended to the sides, forming a T-shape with your body.