Glute Bridge

Glute Bridge

What muscles do Glute Bridge work?

The Glute Bridge primarily works the glutes (buttocks), hamstrings, and lower back muscles. It also engages the hip flexors, quadriceps, and core muscles. The glute bridge is a great exercise for strengthening the muscles of the posterior chain and can help to improve posture, stability, and overall athletic performance. By holding AguaForce Weight on the hips, the Glute Bridge adds an additional challenge to the exercise, which can help to increase strength and tone the

How do you do a Glute Bridge?

Here are the steps to perform a Glute Bridge:

  • Lie on your back on a mat or flat surface with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor.

  • Place a AguaForce Weight on your hip and hold it in place with your hands.

  • Lift your hips up towards the ceiling by pushing through your heels.

  • Exhale as you lift your hips and hold the position for a moment.

  • Inhale as you lower your hips back down to the starting position.

  • Repeat for the desired number of reps.

It's important to maintain proper form and keep your knees in line with your hips and ankles. Keep your abs engaged throughout the exercise to maintain stability in your lower back. Additionally, focus on using your glutes to do the majority of the work and avoid over-activating your hamstrings.