Outer Hip exercise – abduction

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This exercise is used to strengthen the hip abductors on the outer hip, the athlete lies on their side with the leg to be worked on top. The leg is raised upwards, as high as is comfortable, keeping the knee straight and not rotating the pelvis forwards.