The seated hip extension with a resistive band is a great exercise for strengthening your hip. Watch more Ask Doctor Jo videos featuring full routines for common injuries and syndromes at
To perform a seated hip extension with a resistive band:
1. Sitting in a chair, take a resistive band and place it underneath your foot. Holding an end in each hand, start together with your knee bent and your hip flexed up towards your chest.
2. Push your foot down straightening out your knee, and slowly come back up.
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