Hip flexor stretching your body will love.

Features

  • Protect your knees and back.

    With Gravity Flexor you stretch while lying on your back--at no point will you have to balance on your knees or use padding to stop pain.

    Gravity Flexor ensures proper hip position by using your body weight as leverage, so you won't overstretch your back.

  • Both Active and Passive Stretches

    Gravity Flexor doesn't require balance so you can completely let go in a passive stretch or you can use isometric or PNF stretching to get faster results.

  • Portable. Versatile.

    Use it at the gym, at work, your hotel room--anywhere with two anchor points below your waist.

  • Loved by Athletes

    Hip flexors are the weakest link for most athletes. Save yourself hours of hip openers and yoga by getting a targeted psoas stretch with Gravity Flexor.

  • Trusted by Professionals

    Physical Therapists and health professionals love Gravity Flexor because it encourages good posture without risking further injury.

  • Handmade in the USA

    All Gravity Flexors and bags are made by hand in San Diego, CA.

How tight are your hip flexors?

Hip flexors stabilize and support your lower back, while at the same time letting you lift your legs. Most exercises strengthen your hip flexors in a shortened, flexed position without building strength during extension.

This leaves them tight, which causes injury and discomfort. If you sit a lot, your hip flexors will get tight and then your back will hurt. When the hip flexors are tight, you'll start feeling pain in your joints and sluggishness in your movement.

Lunges: Painful for your knees, Easy to hurt your lower back, You might be stretching the wrong muscles, Difficult to build strength or stability, Tough to balance.

Gravity Flexor gives you BOTH fully relaxed, passive stretches AND active isometric stretches for faster results and less pain sooner.
 
  1. The Gravity Flexor targets your hip flexors while protecting your knees and back.

  2. Stretch your hip flexors while lying on your back so you have no pressure on your knees. 

  3. Gravity Flexor keeps your back safe by holding your hips at the proper angle.

  4. Get the resistance you need to build strength during extension.

 

Try Gravity Flexor Today

 

 

 

Hear from our friends:

“With two bulging discs and a job that keeps me bending and lifting, my hip flexors invariably tighten which rotates my pelvis and compress the disc. That’s when I get the classic duck walk and the pain sets in. It used to take therapy to stretch my flexors and align my back. Now I do it at home with the Gravity Flexor, my back is happy and so is my wallet.”
-Mark, Mechanic

 

“I spend a lot of time in a crouched position so my hip flexors can get really tight. Gravity Flexor does a great job of releasing the tension. I have it attached to my bed so I use it every night!”
-Donasia, Jujitsu

 

 

Hear from Professionals:

“I’m always looking for techniques or products that will help my clients deal with tight hips. I was skeptical at first but once I tried it I really saw the potential. I recommend Gravity Flexor to all my clients with hip problems now.”
-Jim, Physical Therapist

“It’s so easy to attach this to my massage table! I use it in between sessions and recommend it to clients with tight hips.”
-Neill, Massage Therapist

Faster results with Isometric Holds.

Faster results with Isometric Holds.

A tight muscle is a weak muscle. Gravity Flexor provides resistance so you can use body leverage to build strength. No partner necessary.

Show Me How
Versatile. Portable. Practical.

Versatile. Portable. Practical.

Gravity Flexor only needs two anchor points below your waist. Attach it to a table, metal bed frame or use a weight bench at the gym!

Watch How To Video

FAQ

Will it attach to my table?

Gravity Flexor attaches to lots of things! Many folks use their metal bed frames as long as their knee can get below their hips.

Some people use a weight bench at the gym. As long as it can support your weight and there are two anchor points, Gravity Flexor will work for you.

The black handles have a circumference of about 13.75 inches (35 cm) and a diameter of about 6.5 inches (17 cm). Carabiners may also be used by they MUST be rated strong enough for rock climbing.

If you can't find anything that works, contact us for help or send it back within 30 days for a refund.

Why not use a resistance band?

A resistance band could help you hold your leg down, but it can't help you do isometric holds (which is where the real magic happens). You have to use something that doesn't stretch.

You also won't get the the knee flexion you need to stretch your rectus femoris muscle (that runs along your quads) so you won't be helping your knee pain at all.

Only Gravity Flexor does both. :)

I think I'm too heavy.

Gravity Flexor attaches to many anchor points! One of our original backers is 6'3" and over 200 lbs! He attaches Gravity Flexor to his bed frame and feels secure. If you are having trouble finding anchor points, send us a message and we'll help you out, or send it back within 30 days for a refund. :)