Seated Theraband Abduction

 

Seated theraband abduction allows you to strengthen your gluteal muscles in a safe and comfortable position.

  1. Sit in a chair with your feet flat on the ground, at a height where your knees are a little lower than your hips.

  2. Tie a theraband around your knee with your knees together – this shoulder give you the right resistance.

  3. Bring your feet shoulder width apart, or slightly wider if that is more comfortable for you.

  4. Pull your knees as wide as your comfortably can

  5. Hold this position for the allocated time and then return to the starting position. Which is never closer than shoulder width apart.

Your osteopath will outline the number of sets and reps appropriate for you.