Single Leg Hip Thrust Glute Burnout

Try out this booty band burnout that doesn’t require a band!

Today’s glute burnout doesn’t require a mini band! Trust us, these single leg movements will burn enough without it! Add this single leg hip thrust glute burnout to the end of your booty workout!
 
Caroline is going to show you how to do a single leg hip thrust and a feet elevated single leg hip thrust. By elevating your feet and adding a deficit, it makes it even more challenging on your glutes.
 
Remember: keep your core tight, press through the heel, and squeeze your glutes at the top! Got the movements down?! Do 20 reps per side of each exercise!

Watch: Glute Burnout with Single Leg Hip Thrust

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How to Do Each Glute Burnout Variation

Single Leg Hip Thrust

Targets: Glutes, claves, hamstrings, quads

Start with your back on a bench right below your shoulder blades. Keep one leg at a 90-degree angle at the hip and drive the other foot into the floor to lift your hips up while squeezing your booty. Lower your hips back to the starting position for one rep.

Elevated Single Leg Hip Thrust

Start with your back on a bench right below your shoulder blades. Plant one foot on stacked plates or another slightly elevated surface. Keep one leg at a 90-degree angle at the hip and drive the other foot into the floor to lift your hips up while squeezing your booty. Lower your hips back to the starting position for one rep.

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