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Abductor Stretch

Abductor Stretch Videos

 

Watch the abductor stretching videos below to improve your abductor flexibility and relieve tight abductor and tensor fasciae latae muscles.

Abductor stretches are important for the flexibility and range of motion of the abductor and tensor fasciae latae muscles. Good abductor flexibility allows for the unrestricted and pain free movement of the abductor and hip.

 

Sports that benefit from the abductor stretches below include: Cycling; Hiking, Backpacking, Mountaineering and Orienteering; Ice hockey and Field hockey; Ice Skating, Roller Skating and Inline Skating; Martial Arts; Rowing, Canoeing and Kayaking; Running, Track and Cross Country; running sports like Football, Soccer, Gridiron and Rugby; Snow Skiing and Water Skiing; Walking and Race Walking.

 

Abductor Muscles being Stretched


During the following abductor stretch videos there are a number of muscles within the hip and upper leg that are stretched. Below is a comprehensive list of the anatomical muscle names involved in the following abductor stretches.

  • Tensor Fasciae Latae
  • Gluteus Medius and Mininus
  • Sartorius