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SIDELYING SINGLE LEG HIP DRIVE

Incorporating this exercise into your training will develop stability, strength and size of the lateral hip musculature. This is critical for activities that demand that demand balance and explosiveness from the single leg - nearly all sport activity requires this at some level. If you're looking to build a bigger booty for either athletic performance or aesthetics, this exercise belongs in your routine. The Sidelying Single Leg Hip Drive bears even more gifts due to the shoulder stability and core activity that it requires. Use it as a warm-up for a leg day or use it to jumpstart your lower body training. 2-3 days per week; 1-3 sets (each side) x 8-15 repetitions per set. 


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Tim DiFrancesco, PT, DPT, ATC, CSCS is the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach for the Los Angeles Lakers and Founder of TD Athletes Edge, where he provides fitness, recovery and nutrition guidance to aspiring and professional athletes. For training advice, visit www.tdathletesedge.com and follow him on Twitter/Instagram through @tdathletesedge.

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