Unlock Your Hip Flexors Review – What The Psoas?

Are you suffering from tight hip flexors?

If you like most people sit down most of the day, then the answer is probably going to be yes.

Tight hip flexors do not only make you less flexible, but it can cause joint pains in legs, hips and especially the lower back.

You might think you that working out makes up for the many hours you sit down every day. However, when it comes to the hip flexors working out might even make the problem worse.

Luckily there is something you can do about it…

What you need to do in order to unlock those tight hip flexors of yours is a good stretching and strengthening routine.

I have written this unlock your hip flexors review because I am confident that if you have tight hip flexors then this product can help you out!


What Is Unlock Your Hip Flexors?

Unlock your hip flexors is an inexpensive program/eBook that teaches how to improve hip flexor mobility using a unique stretching and strengthening routine.

The program is really popular and has sold very well.

Countless people have reported that the exercise routine has reduced pains and improved mobility dramatically!

Depending on how tight your hip flexors are it can lead to numerous negative impacts on your body and wellbeing.

The most common problems are:

  • Bad and aesthetically unpleasing posture – protruding belly and duck’s butt
  • Joint pains in legs, hips and lower back
  • Decreased athletic performance – especially deadlifts and squats

See an in-depth explanation here.

As the program teaches solving this problem requires a specific approach, since the many muscles in the hip work together in a complicated manner.

If you are not taking this into account, you could be wasting your effort and in worst case make things worse when you are stretching.

The eBook is written by Rick Kaselj who is an injury specialist and kinesiologist and Mike Westerdal who is the owner of the famous website Criticalbench.com.

What It Is Not

Unlock your hip flexors is not a workout program that will help you get strong hip flexors. For that, you will have to look elsewhere. But this was clearly never the intention of the authors.

Who Are Rick Kaselj and Mike Westerdal (The Authors)

Rick Kaselj is a leading kinesiologist and injury specialist. He is truly an expert in fitness, health, and human anatomy and is because of that highly sought after by fitness professionals.

When other experts are having problems with their clients they go to Rick for answers.

Rick has also himself worked with many clients and has helped many thousands of people fixing all kinds pains and aches.



Mike Westerdal is a personal trainer, kettlebell instructor and has a background in sports training and powerlifting.

Mike Westerdal is also the founder of the famous website criticalbench.com. If you have not heard about criticalbench chances are that you are either new to the world of strength training/bodybuilding or that you have been living under a stone for many years.

Unlock Your Hip Flexors Contents

Unlock Your Hip flexors review

All the main contents of the program are found in the eBook you get upon purchase.

In the eBook, you will learn which exercises that will unlock your hip flexors and how to perform them. These are however also explained in two instructional videos.

The instructions are clear and concise and even if you are not familiar with performing stretches there is nothing to be concerned about.

Need To Know About The Psoas Major

Besides the exercises, the eBook covers the anatomy and biomechanics of the hip flexors.

It also goes in-depth in explaining the importance of a lesser-known muscle called the psoas major, which together with another muscle make up one of the muscle groups in the hip.

As explained in the eBook, the psoas has an extremely important role not only in the function of the hips but overall body alignment.

If there is an imbalance in the psoas other problems are quick to follow.

Additionally, the eBook covers the many problems with having tight hip flexors (especially the psoas) and does so with quite lengthy descriptions.

What You Get

The exact things you will be getting when you buy the program are:

  • ”Unlock your hip flexors” eBook
  • Access to online instructional videos
  • Bonus 1 – ”Unlock your tight hamstrings” eBook
  • Bonus 2 – ”7-day anti-inflammatory diet” eBook

Why The Program Works So Well

The reason the authors created this eBook was to make available quality information on how to solve tight flexors and help alleviate the many problems associated with that.

The problem is that increasing the flexibility of the hip flexors can be a very difficult task without the right knowledge and approach because of the complicated structure of the hip.

Also according to the authors, there is a lot of incorrect information on the internet and additionally many fitness professionals also don’t know how to best fix this problem.

The solution is a combination of stretching, stability exercises and activation movements that are performed in a special sequence.

This way the relevant muscles are strategically opened up one by one without pulling the wrong way or tightening up any of the other muscles.

The authors have named this the “sequential flow method” and it consists of the following 6 different parts:

  • PNF Stretching
  • Dynamic Stretching
  • 3-Dimensional Core Stability Exercises
  • Mobility Exercises
  • Fascia Stretching
  • Muscle Activation Movements


You can get an idea of the exercises from this video below:

Learn more at the official website.

Unlock Your Hip Flexors Pros And Cons


  • The program is inexpensive (10 dollars). If it makes sense for you to compare with having to go to a fitness professional, then paying 10 dollars is a great bargain.
  • There is a HUGE number of people confirming that it works.
  • The program is created by top professionals in their field with a relevant educational background.
  • The program is simple and quick to do. Can easily be done within 10-15 minutes.
  • The program clearly explains the dangers of having tight hip flexors.
  • Good information on the function of the hip.
  • 60-day no-questions-asked money back guarantee.


  • Could argue that the real content is slim. However, it costs only 10 dollars and it clearly does what it says.
  • Lengthy descriptions of the many problems with tight hip flexors. The intention is most likely good, but it can feel like the authors are pushing the need for their solution a bit too much.
  • A bit confusing as to how often you should perform the routine.
  • Some claims of the negative effects of tight hip flexors seem exaggerated.

My Personal Experience

Whenever I review an information product I have bought it myself and tried it out.

I think this is important for me to say since it is my impression that there are many reviewers on the internet where this is not the case.

I am not saying this is necessarily a bad thing, however, it just doesn’t have the same authority when the person reviewing has no experience himself/herself.

I created this review because I really think unlock your hip flexors is a great product and that it is a good solution to a problem many people have.

They might be exaggerating with a few of the negative effects of tight hip flexors on the product page, but that doesn’t change the fact that tight hip flexors can be a serious problem that needs fixing.

I followed the exercises myself and it did work well.

I don’t think I had a serious problem with my hip flexors, but it improved my posture and to my big surprise I haven’t had the same soreness in my lower back after doing deadlifts.

I never gave the soreness much thought, because I thought it was normal.

As a short note on the bonuses, they do provide good value. I have been putting the hamstring bonus to great use since I have an old injury in my right hamstring, and I have never had such a comprehensive routine before.

Why I Think The Program Could Be Worth Your Money

I would never recommend anyone paying for just some stretching routines or a workout. I don’t know too much about stretching myself, but I am sure I could find some on the internet and give to you for free.

What I want you to consider is that you are not paying for a few exercises, but you are paying for the highly specialized knowledge of Rick and Mike that they only through years and years of studying and trial and error have learned.

This knowledge is worth your money, especially when it is used to put together a program that provides an easy solution to a major problem.


Unlock your hip flexors is a great and inexpensive program that does what it says.

It simply works and there are countless of people who have confirmed it. The Facebook group for the program has more than 250.000 people in it. That is a lot of people.

If you like most people are suffering from tight hip flexors and are interested in fixing this problem, then buying this program is, in my opinion, a no-brainer.

Unlock you hip flexors also comes with a 60-day no-questions-asked money back guarantee. So you can try it out for yourself with no risk.





My name is Marcus, I am a lawyer (LL.M.) and the founder of this website. Besides sometimes doing lawyer stuff, I like to write about fitness and health and share what I have found “works” for people like YOU. If you want to know more about me and my vision for this website then you can click here.

6 comments… add one
  • Dana El Jun 9, 2017 @ 19:58

    Hi Marcus,

    Thanks for sharing this. I have the tightest hip-flexors ever and it definitely causes me problems such as: back pain, poor posture and muscle fatigue.

    I’m going to check out Hip Flexors Pros. I work all day at a computer so my hips stay knotted up.

    How long did it take for you start seeing and feeling results using Hip Flexors Pros?

    • Marcus Jun 10, 2017 @ 0:51

      Hey Dana!

      You are not alone :p
      I really think the statement that most people have tight hip flexors is true. 7-8 years ago I also had crazy tight hip flexors from playing computer games and studying. With a lot of effort I improved it quite a bit, but it was still much worse than my hip flexors right now.

      I think you should be able to see clear results already 1-2 weeks in doing the program. Aim for at least a 2-3 times a week.

  • W Tucker Jun 9, 2017 @ 23:14

    It’s an interesting article on something I’ve always wondered about and never taken the time to investigate.
    It seems like it’s something I should look into.
    The video was helpful in explaining what the issues are and how it can affect your posture and even your ability to have a good workout.
    I’m definitely going to order the book and see how it might improve my posture and workouts.

    • Marcus Jun 10, 2017 @ 0:37

      Great you found the review useful! It is a great investment to improve body posture.

  • Xaric Aug 26, 2017 @ 11:03

    Hey Marcus,

    Tight hip flexors can truly be a pain and hold you back a lot during your excercises.

    My hip flexors used to be extremely tight but then I tried several stretches and started yoga.

    My posture has been corrected a lot since then and the results remain even now that I have some weeks to work out.

    Unlock your hip flexors seems useful especially to people who don’t have that much experience with their bodies and need some guidance.

    Thank you for taking the time to review it.

    • Marcus Aug 26, 2017 @ 18:02

      Hey Xaric

      Awesome to hear you were able to correct your tight hip flexors 🙂

      I used to do yoga and also had a lot of success with it. I really liked how yoga relaxed me mentally, and this eventually lead me to meditating.

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