I have done martial arts for about the past nine years so I do have pretty decent flexibility. However, I have always battled stiff, achy hips when I go about my daily business. It gets MUCH better right as soon as I warm up, but other than that it's a total pain. Finally, I went to a muscle therapist who works with some pro baseball teams, so I guess I will do what he says. He basically told me that the front of my hips (flexors?) and the outsides (abductors?) are overly tight and much stronger than the insides (adductors?). He told me this is creating an imbalance that is keeping my tendons/muscles stretched even when not stretching, which causes the aching and what not. So he tells me to strengthen the insides (adductors?). The question is; my gym has absolutely NO equipment/machine/anything for adduction and I really have no experience trying to do hip exercises, so I am completely lost. Does anyone have any ideas, tips, or exercises that you think might help my situation? Thanks.