How to Do a Side-Lying Leg Raise

Side-lying leg raises target the hip adductors within the inner thigh. They are performed by lying on one side with support coming from one hand placed on the ground and the opposite foot placed on the ground in front of the lower leg. With the top leg slightly flexed and resting, the bottom leg is adducted upwards against gravity and relaxed down to the ground.

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