3 Ways to do Noodle Adduction in the Pool
In this post you will find out how to perform leg adduction with noodle in 3 different ways. These 3 variations vary in difficulty and effectiveness. So this can be useful to people of all fitness levels.
What is leg adduction?
Leg adduction is the motion of moving the leg from side toward the body. The muscle that is used for this action is called adductor magnus, or inner thigh muscle. To make this exercise more challenging, we will use a pool noodle. Let us start with the easiest and the most beginner-friendly variation.
Before you start these exercises, warm up your inner thigh muscles by doing lateral steps for 1 minute. Then perform jumping jacks for 1 minute.
Inhale as you move your leg/legs out, and exhale as you pull in.
Noodle leg adduction strengthens your inner thighs and improves your hip mobility. The Noodle Slide version works your core and helps with balance and stability.
Do not spread your legs beyond 40 degrees angle to prevent hip injuries. Use a safety belt in deep water and always practice in supervised swimming pools.
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