Hip abduction with a resistive band in hooklying is an awesome solution to strengthen your hips before or after an injury. Watch more Ask Doctor Jo videos featuring full routines for common injuries and syndromes at
To perform hip abduction with a resistive band in hooklying:
1. Lie down in your back together with your knees propped up. Tie a resistive band around your thighs just above your knees.
2. Keeping your feet on the bottom, move each knees outwards, and slowly bring them back together.
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