Doing hip exercises for women is quick, efficient, and effective when you use the Pilates for hip side kick sequence.
As women we are all looking for long streamlined legs, especially through our hips and thighs.
Using these Pilates techniques shown in this video you will find the best way to do hip strengthening exercises.
Some key points to remember from the video:
Some of you may find lying on your side doing Pilates side kick exercises may be uncomfortable, especially if you are on a hard floor and have bony hips like me!
If so, try these hip strengthening exercises standing.
They are just as effective and maybe more with the added challenge of having to balance in a weight bearing position.
The standing hip abduction exercise shown here to the left is a good Pilates hip exercise. It helps to stabilize the pelvis while mobilizing the thigh at the hip joint.
Standing tall with your shoulders right over your hips and balanced on one leg.
Begin to kick or slide the other leg out to the side without bending to the other side. You will feel the muscles in your thigh tighten so you can't kick it out any farther without bending.
Repeat this Pilates for hip standing exercise for 8-10 repetitions on each side.
You can add circles and front and back swings to this exercise just as we did in the side lying position.
Jul 12, 17 06:44 PM
Hi, I had a total right hip replacement 8 months ago; I rehabbed really quickly, although I was also (and still am) dealing with L4 spondylolisthesis.
Jul 01, 17 08:28 PM
The best exercise for people with scoliosis will depend on what type of curvature you have. With an "S" stabilize the spine, with a "C" stretch one side and strengthen the other.
Jul 01, 17 08:17 PM
Hi, I love Pilates and used to exercise regularly. However, I have been diagnosed with lumbar herniated disc and am now very conscious about not doing