Hip Abduction - Resistance Tube

Other types of Hip Abduction: Bodyweight Machine Stability Ball

  • Step on the tube with both feet, holding handles spaced evenly apart. Stand upright with a neutral spine and knees slightly bent.

  • Step 12-16 inches away from your left foot with your right foot, then bring your left foot slowly in to meet your right. Reverse.

  • Hips 

  • Lower Legs 

  • Tensor fasciae latae, Gluteus medius and minimus

  • TIP: For more resistance, bend your elbows towards the ceiling keeping your hands below your elbows and wrists straight.

Variations for Hip Abduction

  • Side-lying Hip Abduction

    Using a tube for this exercise, also known as the Clam, fatigues your outer thigh faster than if you did it without resistance.


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