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Copenhagen Bridge - Long lower leg adduction

A high end adductor exercise that requires respect and building in to. Holding the position of the top leg whilst moving the bottom leg through range will actually increase the challenge to the top leg for a couple of reasons. One of which is the movement of the bottom leg creates perturbations that the top leg needs to absorb/adapt to, which adds significant work to the muscles.

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