How do you pop and lock your hips? – Professional Belly Dancers


– You’re going to use your hips because of your legs.

– What does hip flexion mean?

– Hip flexion means your hips move inward when you bend forward.

– Why do you do this?

– When you lift your feet off the floor, the hips go out to the sides. When you extend your legs up the floor, the hips go down.

This is the basic hip hinge. When you extend your legs, the hips can be more forward than they are when you lower your feet.

If your hips end over your toes or you keep your legs straight, your hips will stay extended. Most people keep their legs straight, and that leads to this straight-legged posture.

This is also how you push back into a push-up. The hips should move inward instead of outward to do so.

If your upper body follows the hips up, like this:
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That’s a good posture in a push-up. That’s bad posture in a plank.

Think about it:

The person you’re pushing is your arms.

The person you’re pushing is your head.

How to Correct It

If you’re able to get your arms and head to finish in between the hips, you’re doing good. Get your arms and head to finish in between the hips, and you’ve completed the pose.

What’s the most easy way to fix this? Keep your torso stationary.

If you can get your head to finish between the hips more, you’re doing good.

If you’re not able to get your head to finish, your pose can be tricky to finish.

If you can get your torso stationary, you can finish the posture. If you can’t, it’s going to be painful.

It takes me two different attempts to finish it.

For me, all I can do is get the head to finish between the hips until the torso is stable. I keep my chest higher, keep my arms in a neutral position, and go to the bottom as soon as I get to the top of the plank.

If you can get the torso to finish between the hips more, you’re doing good.

If you can’t get your torso to finish, you don’t need to worry about fixing it. You just need to find something more comfortable.

Here’s a video where I complete it:

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