Mar 31, 2020
By Nicole Zapoli, HYLETE in-house certified trainer
Begin in a supine position on the floor. Bend your legs and place your feet flat on the ground about hip distance apart. Bring your hands flat to the floor on either side of your body. Begin by extending one leg off the floor keeping your knees in line with each other. Elevate your hips by driving through the heel of your working leg and engage your glutes. Aim to form a straight line from your knee to your hip to your shoulder at the top of your glute bridge before returning back to the floor.
Points of Performance (POPs):
Begin in a supine position on the floor
Bend your legs and place your feet flat to the floor about hip distance apart
Bring your hands flat to the floor on either side of your body
Extend one leg off the floor
Keep your knees in line with each other
Elevate your hips by driving through the heel of your working leg to engage your glutes
Aim to form a straight line from your knee to your hip to your shoulder at the top before returning back to the floor
Bonus tip: Focus on driving through your heel to engage your glutes and open your hips fully at the top to get the most benefit out of this movement.
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