The Importance of Strengthening Hip Rotators

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    Weak hip rotators, which lie under the gluteal muscles, can put strain on the piriformis muscle, causing it to place irritating pressure on the sciatic nerve.

    http://www.runnersworld.com/article/...0-9107,00.html

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    You know what YR, I wish I would of known years ago because I believe this was a problem I was having while in the Army and probably now but due to me doing less i don;t notice it as much...Going to start these on my workouts.

    I should place you on rep retainer.
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    I have some back issues that come and go so I'm always on the lookout for articles like this.
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