One Leg Bridge

One Leg Bridge is a challenge for the core trunk stability while supporting and moving on one hip. Add this bridge variation after the Bridge with Rotating Hips to strengthen a one leg stance that is very important for balance training. Use your hands on top of the pelvis and press into your hands especially the side of the body without the supported leg. This intensifies the work of the core and distributes the weight on the one leg in a way that recruits the deep hip and superficial hip muscles together as it should function when standing on one leg. Count how many repetitions you are able to perform maintaining the pelvis position. When you cannot maintain the pelvis level, that determines how many repetitions you being doing. Each time add a repetition and gradually build up to 8 repetitions on each side.

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