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Reduce Pain, Unlock Your Hip Flexors

  • REDUCE PAIN NATURALLY! This is a NATURAL way to get rid of the pain in your back, legs, and hips. It shows you how to deal with the CAUSE of your strength and flexibility problems and not the EFFECTS. If you’ve been struggling with nagging aches, pains, and stiffness, loosening up your hip flexors has helped many like you return to living the full and active lives they deserve.
  • PROMOTE WEIGHT LOSS, ENHANCE YOUR STRENGTH TRAINING AND INCREASE ENERGY: Unlock Your Hip Flexors is a practical, easy-to-follow program you can use today to release your hip flexors for more strength, improve health and all day energy. DVD contains 10 exercises with explanations from Rick on perfect form and exactly how to target hard-to-reach psoa muscle which is the root cause of tight hip flexors.
  • VERY EASY TO USE, NO NEED FOR A GYM MEMBERSHIP OR EXTRA EQUIPMENT: You can do this routine anywhere even in a very small space. All you need is a wall to lean on for support for a couple of the movements. It only takes between 10-15 minutes in total to complete.
  • SAY GOODBYE TO UNCOMFORTABLE SLEEP: Sitting all day causes your hips to become stuck in a forward thrust position. This leads to pulling on the lower back and consequently decreasing blood flow and circulation through the hips. This tightness results in physical discomfort, making it more difficult to fall asleep and more likely to wake up during the night.
  • APPROPRIATE FOR ALL AGES AND BODY TYPES: The exercises themselves are not strenuous and are designed to be carried out by anyone, regardless of ability. There are also progressions to make the movements more challenging if needed.

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The natural PCOS diet

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome,PCOS,The Natural PCOS Diet is designed to balance your hormones with healthy foods and targeted nutrients to help you experience optimal hormone health once more. Uncover the ideal diet plan that takes the guesswork out of choosing foods that support healthy hormone activity.