For example, I've adapted some exercises recommended by my therapist so I can do them with my walker. One of the routines,for example, involves rising up on my toes; another is a half squat. Now I do those exercises when using the walker. This coming week will be devoted to the standing exercises for hip recovery. I will talk with my trainer on whether any of those could be adapted to the walker.
When I wake up in the morning, I spend lots of time just lying in bed, contemplating the day ahead. During this time, I now do the most important "after hip-replacement" exercises for ankles, thighs and buttocks.
My daughter forwarded some links she found online with exercise videos specifically designed for people recovering from hip replacement.
The exercises are broken into short segments according to the activities you’d like to address, like getting into and out of cars, in and out of bed, going upstairs and down… You’ll see that this first video (like others) recommends leading with the good foot going upstairs, and leading with the operated side going downstairs. Up with the good, down with the bad.