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This is an important and effective exercise for creating better control, stability and strength at the hip. This becomes crucial when talking about hip, knee and ankle pain or dysfunction. Make sure your band is placed just above knee height, with your feet just over hip width apart. Complete 8-10 reps per side. Be sure NOT to let your “non-moving” leg shift during this exercise.

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