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Activities tagged: gluteus medius

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Single leg stance knee-to-wall

To build hip abductor stability, hence single leg stance stability, which is vital for most sports and activities.

Tags: gluteus medius, glute med, single leg

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Standing hip flexion

Fundamental exercise for single leg stability, which is important for almost all sports and activities. Focus on hip abductors and spinal stabilizers

Tags: single leg, gluteus medius, glute med, pelvic stability

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One-leg squat

One leg squat to developp proper hip control, untilizing the lateral stabilizers of the hip. This is important for running, especially during heelstrike.

Tags: squat, one leg, hip control, gluteus medius

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Hip abductor strength: side-lying 1

A very basic hip abductor (primarily gluteus medius) strengthening exercises. This exercise appears very simple, but to do it while properly while recruiting the correct muscles can be difficult

Tags: hip, abduction, side lying, glute med, gluteus medius, strength, clam shell

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Hip abductor strength: side-lying 2

The second part of a very basic hip abductor (primarily gluteus medius) strengthening exercises. This exercise appears very simple, but to do it while properly while recruiting the correct muscles can be difficult

Tags: hip, abduction, side lying, glute med, gluteus medius, strength

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Hip abductors: pelvic hike

A functional one-leg exercise for the hip abductors (primarily gluteus medius).

Tags: hip, abductor, abductors, gluteus medius, glute med, hike, abduction

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Side-stepping: lateral foot resistance

A lateral movement exercise focusing on lateral pelvic stability and lateral foot stability. The hip abductors (primarily gluteus medius) and the lateral foot stabilizers (peroneus longus, brevis and tertius).

Tags: lateral movement, side stepping, step, gluteus medius, peroneus longus, brevis, tertius, crabwalk, crab

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Side-stepping: basic

A basic lateral movement exercise focusing on lateral pelvic stability and proper movement

Tags: side, stepping, lateral, hip, abduction, stability, crab, walk, gluteus medius

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Side-stepping: resistance

A lateral movement exercise focusing on lateral pelvic stability and proper movement.

Tags: side, stepping, lateral, hip, abduction, stability, crab, walk, resistance, gluteus medius