5 Hip Flexibility Exercises For Karate Training

By Jesse Enkamp on

Open up your tight hips and kick higher with these 5 mobility drills from Jesse Enkamp (The Karate Nerd). No stretching needed! 👉 Link to full program: These dynamic flexibility exercises work better than static stretches, because it's more functional for martial arts. If you practice Karate or Taekwondo, these movements will improve your high kicks and deep stances. If you practice BJJ / Jiu-jitsu, your hips and lower back will greatly benefit as well. The key is to incorporate the drills on a regular basis and habitualize them. That's how you become flexible and functional at the same time, without wasting time on old-school passive stretching. Visit to get the full program. ☯️ BIO: Jesse Enkamp a.k.a The Karate Nerd™ is a #1 Amazon Best-Selling Author, National Team Athlete, Keynote Speaker, Entrepreneur, Carrot Cake Lover & Founder of Seishin International - The World’s Leading Karate Lifestyle Brand. 🎥 WATCH ALL MY VIDEOS ⇩ 🔔 SUBSCRIBE - so you don’t miss NEW videos ⇩ 👊 Join “KARATE NERD INSIDER” (my secret video club) ➭ 💪 MY TRAINING PROGRAMS: - Flexibility & Mobility ➭ - Strength Training ➭ 🥋 GET MY #KARATE GI ➭ ✅ Wanna GROW Your Martial Arts School? ➭ 👍 CONNECT WITH ME: - Facebook ➭ - Instagram ➭ - Twitter ➭ - ✏️ Blog ➭ - FB Group ➭ ✍️ CONTACT ME ⇩ WARNING: The advice and movements shown in this video are for informational and educational purposes only. Consult a health professional before engaging in any exercise or martial arts program.

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