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This is an intermediate version of the lying down scissor kicks exercise. This exercise is great for working the hip flexors while using the abdominals to stabilize.
This exercise is challenging for those with less flexibility but great for working the hip flexors while using abdominals to stabilize.
This exercise is great for working the hip flexors while using the abdominals to stabilize.
This exercise is a simple ab exercise that can be done almost anywhere.
This exercise is designed to work the abdominal muscles.
This is a great exercise to work your hip joints.
This exercise focuses on working the hip abductors and glutes of the top leg, and groin (inner thigh) muscles of the bottom leg.
This simple exercise is designed to work your glutes (buttocks), hamstrings and low back.
Simple Hip Flexor Exercise
This is an advanced version of the plank exercise. It focuses on working your side abdominals, and hip abductors and is more difficult than a regular side plank.
This stretch focuses on the glutes and inner thighs.
This exercise is great after any sport. It focuses on stretching the glutes and outer thigh muscles.
This exercise focuses on stretching the quad muscles. It is great to do after sporting activities, or after a warm-up.
This exercise is designed to strengthen the legs and gluteal muscles. The squat is a great overall exercise that requires many stabilizing muscle groups as well.