How to do a Frog Bridge or Frog Pump with a Glute Loop

Challenge those glutes with this mini band burnout!

Your glutes are going to be on fire! Ready?
Frog Pumps – 1 Round AMRAP (as many reps as possible)! There is no time frame, so pump out as many reps of this burnout as you possibly can!

Here are a few tips to make sure your getting the most burn from this movement:
1. Make sure the band is positioned for your knees to get good range outward
2. Feet should be flat together
3. Bring feet as close as possible to your glutes
4. Low back starts and returns to a flat position on the floor
5. If you struggle with glute engagement, pause at the top of each rep

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How to Do a Frog Bridge or Frog Pump

Targets: Glutes, core, inner thighs

Place your band around your legs. Lay on your back with the soles of your feet together about a foot or two from your booty (as close to you as you can get them). Expand your knees as wide as you can and press your hips up while keeping your elbows and shoulders planted on the ground and core tight. Squeeze your booty and pause at the top, and then lower for 1 rep.

 

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