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    Muscles worked:Sartorius (Inner leg muscle)

    Attach a padded cuff to your left ankle, position it so the ring is facing in outward. Attach the cuff to a floor pulley such as the cable crossover machine. Position yourself so that your left side is facing directly toward the pulley. Stand with your back straight and your left hand braced on something to keep your body balanced. Let your right hand hang down, or place it on the side of your hip. Keep your both legs straight throughout the set. Slowly move your left leg across the front of your body until you can not move your leg any further. Return your leg in a slow, controlled movement and repeat. Switch legs and do the same number of reps.
    Note:Keep in mind that the exercise is called a inward cable kick, this does not mean to thrust your leg out quickly. Use a slow controlled movement.
    Don't try and over extend your leg. Stop when your leg cannot go any further. Over twisting can cause damage to your hips and back.

    Alternate exercises: Hip adduction

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