Adductor Mobilization Exercise
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Exercise: Adductor Mobilization
Also known as: Split Stance Kneeling Adductor Mobilization
Equipment/Accessories: • Towel, exercise mat or knee pad

Below is a list of video demonstrations of the Adductor Mobilization exercise. These demos were created by a variety of fitness enthusiasts with different backgrounds, credentials, and experience levels. This list is not a comprehensive representation of all instruction available online and we encourage you to continue researching best practices for performing the Adductor Mobilization exercise beyond our website. This page may be updated periodically.

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1. Split Stance Kneeling Adductor Mobilization

Watch on YouTube: Split Stance Kneeling Adductor Mobilization
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