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This express workout includes a standing warm-up followed by thigh band exercises designed to strengthen the thighs, glutes, and hips while activating the surrounding muscles of the trunk and spine. The exercises will train the gluteus maximus, minimus, and medius muscle groups as well as many hip external rotators and hip flexors from a supine, prone, and standing position. Experience resistance challenges from gravity / body weight and a mini thigh band to help you to feel resistance from many directions.
Forward Crab Walk
Fire hydrants / hip abduction
Prone hip extension
Supine hip flexion
This isometric routine is designed to target rotation of the hips
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