Exercise To Strengthen Outer Hips And Increase Pelvis Stability

Outer Hip Exercise

Many women struggle with hip pain and pelvis instability post-baby, including SI Joint dysfunction. One cause of this is weak outer hip muscles. Try the simple exercise in the video below called “the hip hike” to increase outer hip strength, make your pelvis more stable, and reduce pain and discomfort. 

Simple Outer Hip Exercise

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