3 Ways to do Seated Band Abductions with the Glute Loop
Try out this mini band burnout with seated band abductions!
2. Hip width
3. Wide stance
Watch: 3 Ways to do seated band abductions with the glute loop
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How to Do Each Seated Band Abduction Variation
Basic Seated Band Abduction
Targets: Glutes, hips, thighs
Sit on the bench (or chair) with your back straight up and your feet flat on the floor. Put the resistance band on your legs right above your knees. Then, push your knees away from each other and then slowly bring them back together for 1 rep.
Place your feet together and keep them flat on the floor throughout the whole movement. Follow through with the basic movement.
Place your feet hip width apart and follow through with the basic movement. Press your knees out as far as they can go.
Place your feet a little wider than hip width apart and press your knees out as far as you can. Follow through with the basic movement.
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