As you know, I take pride in developing new, smarter and more effective exercises and training concepts. In this post, I’m going to show you one version of new hip mobility drills I’ve been using with great success!

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Actually, my fellow Strength Coach and Friend Kevin Neeld is going to show you the exercise. He is the one that shot the video and originally posted it on his site after visiting me here at Performance U.

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Kevin is a very smart guy who is willing to actually listen to what other coaches (like me) have to say. He has taught me some great as well, through our personal interactions and through his Hockey Training Blog which I check regularly.

Anyway, here’s what Kevin had to say about this new Hip Mobility exercise and his video demonstrating it.

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The Below is Taken from KevinNeeld.com

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A couple weeks ago I visited my friend and colleague Nick Tumminello at his facility in Baltimore.

Nick is a brilliant coach so I love stopping by his place to steal some good stuff from him.

While there, I saw him do a hip mobility exercise I had never done before. I started playing around with it this week and really love it. It’s a great way to mobilize the hip into adduction and abduction in a hip flexed position. This is one of those “must-includes” for hockey players and soccer players that tend to have a lot of hip problems.

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