Hip Exercises

Exercises with your hips as the primary target:

  • Advanced Bridge Balance - Stability Ball

    A very challenging way to increase your core balance and hip strength.

  • Advanced One Leg Stand - Bodyweight

    This is a more challenging way to balance on one foot, and is helpful in learning how to navigate your way through a dark environment.

  • Advanced Wobble Board Squats - Wobble Board

    This squat is one of the most challenging moves on the wobble board.

  • Balance With Ball Roll - Stability Ball

    This will strengthen your hip rotators, your glutes, and your quadriceps and enable you to balance on one leg while the other leg is moving.

  • Ball On Wall Squat Hold - Stability Ball

    This is a great squat to do if you are concerned about your knees, as the wall supports some of your weight, and your spine stays perpendicular to the floor so does not put your knee at an exaggerated angle.

  • Bridge Balance - Stability Ball

    Not only does this strengthen your glutes, it will work muscles deep within your hips and back as you attempt to maintain your balance and your hip placement as you lift one leg.

  • Cable Hip Abduction - Machine

    This outer thigh exercise is good for toning the hip and glute muscles on both legs.

  • Clam - Bodyweight

    This exercise builds essential strength for hip stability which helps in balancing, walking, running, and all sports.

  • Clam - Stability Ball

    The clam strengthens your external hip rotators which give you support when standing on one leg or landing from a jump. This can in turn lead to healthier knees because they will not receive undue torque from the upper leg bone being internally rotated.

  • Foot To Ball - Stability Ball

    This leg lift will strengthen your hip rotators, your glutes, and your quadriceps and will enable you to balance on one leg while the other leg is moving up and down.

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