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Hip Abductors

Learn more about the hip abductors and how to strengthen them using our expert curated exercises.

The primary hip abductor muscles include the gluteus medius, gluteus minimus and tensor fascia latae. They are located at the side of the hip and are very important for pelvic stability when standing, walking, performing single leg activities such as running or leaping, and balance.

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Sidelying Hip Abduction

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Sidelying Hip Abduction with Weight

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Single Leg Alternate Arm Reach to Floor

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Standing Hip Abduction

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Standing Lunge with Weight

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Tiger Balancing on Front Paws (Tai Chi)

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