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A healthy hip carries almost 5 times a person’s body weight during an everyday activity such as walking.

There are five different muscle groups that cover or are attached to the hip joint and generate different kinds of movements, such as:

  • Gluteals: The ones in your buttocks, which are subdivided into three different parts: maximus, minimus and medius.
  • Quadriceps: These are four different muscles, (vastus lateralis, medialis, intermedius and rectus femoris), located at the front of the femur.
  • Iliopsoas: The primary hip flexor muscle that connects the lower part of the spine with the pelvis.
  • Hamstrings: Three muscles at the back of the thigh.
  • Groin: Also known as the adductor muscle, which are attached to the pubis.