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The TFL (tensor fasciae latae) is a small muscle that can cause fits for people with hip pain. It is located on the antero-lateral (front and outside) part of the hip. The TFL gets overused due to an inability to activate the glutes. When this happens the brain starts to use the TFL for lateral hip stability, instead of activating larger, better stabilizing muscles like the glutes! purple or lavender evening selections
Here is a quick and easy way to foam roll the TFL. If this muscle is causing you problems, foa ... m rolling is a great place to start followed up by some glute activation exercises!
If the problem persists it may require some different kind of intervention and you should consult a clinician for further evaluation.
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