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The Barbell Glute Bridge and the Dumbbell Glute Bridge

The Barbell Glute Bridge and the Dumbbell Glute Bridge

Whether you do the Barbell Glute Bridge or the Dumbbell Glute Bridge the results are the same – this exercise will strengthen your glutes, core, hamstrings and quads.   lie on the floor with your back flat and your heels as close to your body (butt) as possible at the top of the movement extend …

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How to Glute Bridge

How to Glute Bridge

The Glute Bridge is a pretty basic exercise which targets a number of muscle groups, mainly the glutes, abdominals, lower back and hamstrings. Without adding weight for extra resistance, the Glute Bridge is a very simple, straightforward beginner exercise and one which is often prescribed by physiotherapists for patients looking to overcome injuries, predominantly in …

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The Romanian Deadlift versus Stiff-Leg Deadlifts

The Romanian Deadlift versus Stiff-Leg Deadlifts

Stiff-Leg Deadlifts Exercise physiologist Irv Rubenstein skips stiff-leg deadlifts, in which you bend forward at the hips while holding a barbell or dumbbells. Locked-out knees while bending forward with a heavy weight creates elevated stress on the spine, says Rubenstein. “Furthermore, when the hips flex to whatever angle the hamstrings allow, the spine will start …

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