Pelvic stabilization exercises are an excellent solution to strengthening the hip, pelvis, and your general core area. These may help for things like SI joint dysfunction. More pelvic exercises:
If you happen to’ve already mastered my beginner pelvic stabilization exercises ( these are an excellent next step. A few of exercises are similar, but adding one other component to make it a little bit harder.
The primary exercise is a single leg bridge. These are great on your gluteus maximus and hamstrings.
Next is a clamshell together with your feet lifted off the bottom. These are great on your gluteus medius muscles in addition to your hip rotators.
Then there’s a side plank with a leg lift and the side fire hydrant. These are great on your core muscles, glutes, and your hip abductors.
Standing side steps with a band may be great on your glutes and your balance muscles.
The ultimate two on a step are hip hikes and hip circles. That is an overall great workout for all of your glutes, especially the glut med, and your balancer muscles as well.
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