Definition: Hip Flexors

Hip Flexors: The set of leg muscles and ligaments including the iliopsoas muscle and the iliofemoral ligament which helps control the turnout of the legs from the hip and are primarily responsible for lifting the leg upward. While raising the leg to the front, the hip flexors contract. When the leg is raised to the rear, the hip flexors are stretched and extended.

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