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Banded Clamshell

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How To Do The Banded Clamshell Exercise Demonstration Video and Guide

The Banded Clamshell is an exercise that can help with hip and glute activation so you can get the most out of your compound leg exercises like squats and deadlifts.

To get started:

  1. Grab a small exercise resistance band, put both of your feet inside, and position it just above your knees.
  2. Next, lie down on your side on the floor, and bend your knees so they form a 90 degree angle, with your heels in line with your glutes.
  3. Spread your knees as far apart as possible, without rotating your back or pelvis.
  4. Squeeze to feel a good contraction in your hips and glutes, then under control, reverse the movement back to the starting position.
  5. Repeat for reps, then switch legs and repeat.

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