Bodyweight

Bodyweight Leg Abduction

Bodyweight Leg Abduction tones the hips, outer thighs, and glutes while increasing hip mobility and strength without weights. This exercise enhances lower body definition, boosts stability, and improves balance.
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Bodyweight Leg Abduction instructions
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Lie flat on one side propped up on your elbow, keeping your legs straight and pile up one on top of the other.
2
Place your other hand in front of your body for leverage and support.
3
Lift up the leg on top as high as possible in a controlled motion while keeping your core tight.
4
Hold for a moment, then return the leg slowly and gently back to the start position.
5
Switch sides and repeat the routine with the other leg as per the program's requirements. Be careful not to jerk or bounce your leg during the exercise.
Lie flat on one side propped up on your elbow, keeping your legs straight and pile up one on top of the other.
Place your other hand in front of your body for leverage and support.
Lift up the leg on top as high as possible in a controlled motion while keeping your core tight.
Hold for a moment, then return the leg slowly and gently back to the start position.
Switch sides and repeat the routine with the other leg as per the program's requirements. Be careful not to jerk or bounce your leg during the exercise.
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