Clams for Hip Health

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It’s #humpdaywednesday and going forward Im going to be making it #hipdayhumpday . I’m inviting all my Pilates Instructors to join me on Wednesday’s to post their #hiphealth exercises ❤️ just use the #hipdayhumpday hashtag 🤗

I’m officially one week out from my hip surgery to correct my #hipimpingement . I’m planning to share my recovery journey for those that are interested. I still plan on posting my normal exercises as well. I just have to pre record everything as I will be extremely limited in my movements for many months.

In the mean time, leading up to surgery, I am doing my best to strengthen my glutes and body so that I will hopefully have a better and faster recovery.

These clam variations are great for focusing on glute med strength and pelvic stability. They’re great for anyone, even if you don’t have hip issues.

INSTRUCTOR TIPS-
1️⃣ make sure your hips are stacked
2️⃣ movement should come from rotating femur in socket , not rolling hip back. Your “clam” my not open as big as mine and that’s ok. Everyone’s ROM will look different. Just focus on keeping hips stacked

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