gluteus

Single Leg Glute Bridge

Single Leg Glute Bridge Share: Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on pinterest Pinterest Glute stability is vital in preventing lower limb injuries: Single leg glute bridge is one way to do this, while toning. Lie on the floor or an exercise mat with your arms straight at your sides. Fold one leg …

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Single leg plank

Single Leg Plank Share: Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on pinterest Pinterest Another plank variation, great for hips and glutes. Lay down on the floor with your belly to the ground. Align your elbows directly below the shoulders and ground the toes into the floor. Lift your body up and align …

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Stability ball squat

Stability Ball Squat Share: Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on pinterest Pinterest The squat targets the quads, hamstrings and glutes but also improves balance and stability throughout the core and on both sides of the body. Place a stability ball against a wall and gently lean against it, positioning the top …

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Static Lunge

Static Lunge Share: Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on pinterest Pinterest The static lunge is a powerful exercise to engage your quads and gluteal muscles. It isn’t too far from a forward lunge :) The key difference in the static lunge is that you hold your position. Instead of stepping forward …

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Supermans Level 3

Superman Level 4 Share: Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on pinterest Pinterest Superman Level 4 will burn our lower back. Again, no equipment is required. Lay face down on a mat, with your arms extended. Exhale and contract your lower back and glutes, lifting your chest and legs up off the ground. …

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