Mackie Method Basics: Hip Strength Circuit


Over the last 43 years of my work with professional athletes, sports teams, actors, law enforcement organizations – along with my volunteer work with members of the United States Army Special Operations Command – and my hospital-affiliated weight-management and wellness programs, I’m frequently asked, “what’s the Mackie Method” – what I do myself to stay strong.

It’s best to let my 12-year friend and client, Serena Williams, speak on my behalf. “Mackie is not human. What he does day-in and day-out is only for the brave and true champions.”

Here are some of the Mackie Methods that fit into my overall performance maintenance plan.

April’s narration and my overview & demonstration will explain the exercise description, action, frequency, volume, and intensity.

Hip Strength Circuit using blue circle band:

Reverse crunch-up, bridge, bilateral clam, hip internal rotation, alternating, supine leg extension.

Work up to 20 repetitions of each exercise or what’s tolerable.

Consult with your therapist or physician before embarking on any new plan – especially if you have a prior injury or limitations.