Hip Rotation 90/90
Hip rotation in the 90/90 position is a popular exercise used in weightlifting and fitness to improve hip mobility and stability.
To do this exercise, sit with one leg bent and turned inwards 90 degrees at the hip while the other leg is turned outwards 90 degrees at the hip. This will create a 90-degree angle in the front and back of your hip joint.
The purpose of this exercise is to improve your ability to rotate your hips, strengthen your hip muscles, and control your hip joint. This is especially helpful for weightlifters who need to move their hips in different directions, like during squats and deadlifts.
By doing hip rotation in the 90/90 position, you can also reduce your risk of hip injuries and make your muscles less sore after lifting weights. This exercise can be done as a warm-up before lifting weights or as a cool-down to relax your muscles afterwards.