Squat Lateral Shuffle Band Exercises for Hips

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Adding a band exercise to doing squat lateral shuffles is a great way to improve strength and flexibility in the hips. Moving laterally also helps prevent injuries and prepares the body to be aware of its environment. Learn more about squat lateral shuffle band exercises for the hip with help from a fitness expert in this free online video.

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Hey, everyone. This is Jacques Laventure, and today I'm gonna show you how to do a squat lateral shuffle with bands. The reason why I would add bands to a squat because it the resistance helps target the muscles, the hips, and the legs specifically and so the reason why we want to use a lateral plane is because it typically we don't really move in the lateral movement so that prevents injuries and prepares the body to be aware of it's outside environment. Now we're gonna start off with our squat shuffle and we're gonna add our band to add more resistance to the workout, get more results. Work the inner and outer thighs so we're gonna begin by chin out, chest out, and we're gonna squat down and we're gonna lead by our, our left foot and we're gonna go down. Then to the other side. Again, squeezing the abs the whole entire time. Really focus on the inner and outer thighs and our, and our hips, okay. Down again in the squat position, awesome job.


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