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At the hip, we have complexity of muscles that come together to create both stability and mobility. In the front, we have our quadriceps group and our synergistic hip flexors. In the back, we have our gluteus maximums, minimums, mediums, and many other smaller muscles that assist in rotation and stabilization. The hamstrings also play a vital role in our ability to generate power at the hip. Finally, we have our abductor group that run along the outside of the leg and attach at the hip, and our adductor group which runs along the inside of the leg. This complex system of muscles creates a structure designed to stabilize, but also to produce great force in every direction.
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