Taking into account the amount of intense work our hips and legs do in jiu-jitsu, it's no surprise that we need to take extra good care of our joints in that area. With time and plenty of training, we become more stiff and problems will eventually arise that you could easily do without.
Below we have Samantha Faulhaber showing us some simple movements that will helps rotate your hip internally to stay mobile and comfortable throughout your jiu-jitsu rolls.
Photo by Jeff Chu
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