Are you ready for the ultimate glute workout? You can easily do this workout at the gym or grab some dumbbells and resistance band for a great at-home workout!
As you are doing each exercise, remember to focus on your glutes to get the most tension.
Follow Along With the Video to See How Each Exercise is Done!
Ultimate Glute Workout
Hip thrust x8-15
Single leg hip thrust x10-20/side
Hip hinge with abduction x20-50
Place the barbell so that it is directly above your hips. Position your shoulder blades on the top of the bench. Then by driving through your feet, lift your hips up raising the bar. Keep your weight in your feet and shoulder blades. Slowly lower back down for 1 rep.
Single Leg Hip Thrust
Start with your back on a bench and a dumbbell on your hip. 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.
Hip Hinge with Abduction
Stand with your legs slightly wider than hip-width apart. Push your hips back and hinge forward with your check leaned over and hands on your hips. Your shins should be vertical to the ground. Bring your knees together and then force knees out and roll onto outer edges of feet, pause for a second for 1 rep.
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