1. Start with a band above your knees so that there is tension when you move your legs
2. Starting in a mini squat position (as if you were about to sit in a chair), step your right leg out to the side, stepping heel first and then follow with your toe.
3. Continue with the right leg for 10 steps. Making the steps challenging so you can feel the band, but not too far that you have to reach to take a step.
4. Switch to the left foot leading for 10 steps after you completed the right side.
o Try to stay in a low squat position to feel the activation of the glutes and outer thighs
o Keep the core tight so you don’t use your lower back muscles to stabilize you in the mini-squat position.
o Add a weight in front of you to challenge your core and stability