Hip Strength & Stability

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Strengthening the muscles that stabilize and control the hip's ball-and-socket joint can help reduce hip, low back and knee pain and lessen the risk of suffering certain injuries. If you are interested in learning some of the key exercises for this body region, this program was designed by a Doctor of Physical Therapy and will teach you the best movements to add to your training program.


The hip joint is a synovial ball-and-socket joint that is hugely important in terms of locomotion, lower extremity mobility, force transfer and performance. The hip moves through six movements, which include flexion/extension, abduction/adduction and internal/external rotation. The hip is controlled by the powerful gluteal muscles (gluteus maximus, medius and minimus), hip flexors (psoas and iliacus), groin/adductor muscles and number of other smaller rotators.

Common issues in the hip region include tendinopathy, bursitis, strains, labral tears and arthritis. Fortunately, resistance training exercises can go a long way in terms of reducing the likelihood of suffering a hip or knee related injury. This program will teach you some of the best exercises for increasing strength hip strength and control.

Disclaimer: Dr. Tom Walters and Rehab Science recommend that you speak with your doctor or physical therapist before participating in this rehab program.  The videos in this program are intended for educational and entertainment purposes only.  No information in the program videos is to be taken as medical or health advice.  You agree, upon purchase, to release Dr. Tom Walters and Rehab Science of any and all liability and responsibility from any and all losses, liabilities, injuries, or damages. You agree to use this program at your own risk.  Seek medical advice if you have any concerns about your individual needs.


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