Build that booty with glute bridge! Easy variations to build up resistance for this lower body movement. Grab dumbbells and add to your next workout.|The Bikini Experiment

Build that booty with glute bridge! Easy variations to build up resistance for this lower body movement. Grab dumbbells and add to your next workout.|The Bikini Experiment

When you think of weight loss you probably envision having to overhaul your entire diet, but that's not always necessary. Instead, take a look here!

When you think of weight loss you probably envision having to overhaul your entire diet, but that's not always necessary. Instead, take a look here!

Bridge pose is an inversion I often introduce toward the end of a flow  class once everyone is really warmed up. It's a class favorite because the  foundation is accessible to most people. Those who struggle with the full  expression of the pose are usually dealing with really tight chests and/or  hip flexors, so if you're one of those people give yoga video for chest a  try and work in this yoga pose for hip flexors and see if that helps.

Bridge pose is an inversion I often introduce toward the end of a flow class once everyone is really warmed up. It's a class favorite because the foundation is accessible to most people. Those who struggle with the full expression of the pose are usually dealing with really tight chests and/or hip flexors, so if you're one of those people give yoga video for chest a try and work in this yoga pose for hip flexors and see if that helps.

Position shoulders and upper back on a flat bench and hold barbell across hips just below the bone. Place feet flat on floor hip-width apart and lower your glutes until they almost touch the floor. Press your hips straight up, pausing at the top before slowly lowering to the start and repeating right away. Tip: Drive through your heels to make this glute-intensive. You can also change the position of your feet — closer, farther, toes straight, toes out — to change the emphasis on the glutes.

Position shoulders and upper back on a flat bench and hold barbell across hips just below the bone. Place feet flat on floor hip-width apart and lower your glutes until they almost touch the floor. Press your hips straight up, pausing at the top before slowly lowering to the start and repeating right away. Tip: Drive through your heels to make this glute-intensive. You can also change the position of your feet — closer, farther, toes straight, toes out — to change the emphasis on the glutes.

Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
Search