The glute bridge is the cornerstone movement of a good butt-building routine. Master this and you unlock so much potential when it comes to training your posterior chain.
One important caveat is to learn how to get the glutes to fire and core to stabilize while in an overhead reach position.
This could be a press, overhead squat, or simply reaching for something high on a shelf.
Sounds silly to think about that, but a lot of injuries happen doing everyday things because we are conscious of our body positioning.
Here are two moves you can add to your workout routine to help you learn how all of the trunk components work together (ie. hips, glutes, anterior and posterior core, and scapula).
Try them out in your next workout for a solid full-body exercise.
Grab a weight and get to it! Here I use a kettlebell, but you can also use a dumbbell, weighted plate, medicine ball, or just your bodyweight.
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