One of the BEST glute moves EVER - The Reverse Hyper!
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The Reverse Hyper

One of the BEST glute exercises!

To do the Reverse Hyper:

  • Lie face down on a table, bench or box. Make sure your hips are right at the edge.
  • Hold on to something in front of you if you want. Keep your upper body relaxed.
  • Squeeze your legs together and point your toes out to help activate your glutes.
  • Lift your legs to basically parallel to the ground, keeping your legs straight. Do not hyperextend your back just to get your legs higher than parallel. You do not want to feel this in your low back.
  • Hold for 2-5 seconds and then lower down and repeat.
  • Keep your core tight and really squeeze your glutes as you lift.
Posterior Chain Workout
The Reverse Hyper is an essential posterior chain exercise. Here is a great workout to strengthen your entire backside.
The Reverse Hyper is also a great move to activate your glutes and reduce your low back pain.
A great exercise to use in a home workout. It can even be done with a limited range of motion from the ground. 
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