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A popular running rehab drill to target the gluteus medius with a slight variation: As I press my right hip against the wall, the hip abductors of my left leg co-contract to provide stability about the pelvis and upon that leg. Slowly drifting side to side and controlling for that motion further challenges the left gluteus medius to stabilize my body at various points in the frontal plane. _ Can be used for individuals with ankle pain, patellofemoral pain syndrome, IT band syndrome or other knee issues stemming from insufficient hip stability during the stance phase of gait. _ Try to keep your torso as vertical as possible and refrain from rotating your trunk. This burns!
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