Hyperstrike Exercise Videos, Legs

Cable Hip Adduction — Standing

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Muscle Groups
  • Legs
  • Glute strength


The cable hip adduction exercise performed standing strengthens the hip adductors and core muscles. The hip adductors receive a lot of direct work during other exercises such as squats and leg presses. Therefore, you may not require the targeted strengthening of the hip adductors that the cable hip adduction provides. If muscle mass is not desired, you may perform the cable hip adduction exercise in place of squats and presses.


  • With the ankle-strap secured around one ankle, stand sideway with the weighted leg next to the cable machine.
  • Holding onto a bar in front of you, stand tall with your posture straight and stabilized at all time.
  • Starting with your feet about 12 to 16 inches apart, move the weighted leg across the front of your body.
  • Slowly return to the start position.


  • Tilting and hiking your hip up