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    The glute medius is an important muscle in the lower body that is often overlooked in traditional lower body workouts. This muscle is responsible for hip abduction and helps stabilize the pelvis during activities like walking, running, and jumping.

    Despite its importance, the glute medius is often the weakest muscle in the lower body, leading to imbalances and compensations that can lead to injury. To target the glute medius, exercises like lateral band walks, clamshells, and side-lying leg lifts can be highly effective. By incorporating these exercises into your routine, you can strengthen this often-neglected muscle and improve your overall lower body function and stability.