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Old 07-25-2014, 07:56 AM   #11
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...you can go all jane fonda at the gym...
That made me laugh way harder than it probably should have.
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Yeah, like the others said, you can go all jane fonda at the gym and do one leg glute bridges (like me and then progress into bb glute bridges. lunges are also great.

I needed the improvement in hip hinge strength, and found that after doing glute bridges and lunges I've been feeling more glute activation in my deads and squats.
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I feel squats and deads mainly in my glutes. As said above, check your form.
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Glutes never sore after squat?

A common problem is pelvic tilt at bottom. If it's at the last vertebrae (L5/S1) it's almost impossible to see it when assessing the technique.

Make sure you master the hip hinge.

Agreed with the others in exercises.
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