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Episode #6: Eric Wong Hip Mobility Solutions: Flexibility for Fighters and Grapplers

Episode #6: Eric Wong Hip Mobility Solutions: Flexibility for Fighters and Grapplers

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November 30, 2014

Episode #6: Eric Wong Hip Mobility Solutions: Flexibility for Fighters and Grapplers

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November 30, 2014

In this interview Eric talks about how hip mobility affects every aspect of the fight game:

  • Ability to get in and out of situations
  • Flexibility to throw high kicks
  • Risk for knee and back pain
  • Strength and power
  • and more



Download the full podcast here: Eric Wong Hip Mobility Solutions

2 Powerful Exercises for Unlocking Your Tight Hips

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Eric Wong is a strength coach in Toronto, Canada and has worked with a variety of combat athletes.  His coaching programs have literally helped thousands of people around the globe.



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    Kathleen Griffin
    February 18, 2019

    Eric, I work with a great deal of clients who have AFAI (anterior acetabulum impingement) I was thinking of having them try 2 of your hip stabilization exercises. The standing on one leg and rotating and the lateral draw exercise. Do you have any other ideas. Thank you.

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      corey beasley
      February 20, 2019

      Kathleen, thank you for the comment, but you should probably reach out to Eric directly on his site or social media channels. Thank you!

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