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Squats. Lunges. Glute bridges. These classic moves are the holy trinity of hot and healthy hips. “When performed together, they’re a trifecta that trains the hip muscles to flex as hard as possible (the bridge), contracts the muscles at their full range of motion, stretching them completely (the

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