Standing hip abduction with a resistive band is an awesome option to help strengthen your hip and increase hip mobility. Watch more Ask Doctor Jo videos featuring full routines for common injuries and syndromes at
To perform standing hip abduction with a resistive band:
1. Wrap a resistive band around your ankle and anchor the opposite end of the band on the other side of the leg you’re exercising.
2. Keeping your back straight and upright, lock out your knee to maintain your leg straight. Slowly kick your leg out to the side, and are available back.
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