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Elevated Single Leg Glute Bridge, One-legged Glute Bridge


How to Do

How to Do Elevated One-legged Glute Bridge

The elevated one-legged glute bridge should begin with good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.

If any pain is experienced, immediately stop the elevated one-legged glute bridge.


Beginning One-legged Glute Bridge

1. Lie on your back with your knees bent, your feet shoulder-width apart, and your glutes 12–16 inches away.

2. Lift your right leg straight up in the air at hip height, foot flexed.


One-legged Glute Bridge Movement

1. Maintain a straight line with your knees, hips, and shoulders; engage your glutes, drive through your left heel, and raise your hips off the ground.

2. Keep your core engaged at all times.

3. Pause for one to two seconds at the top, squeezing your glutes.

4. Then lower yourself back to the beginning.

5. After you've completed all of your reps, switch legs.


One-legged Glute Bridge Benefits

It will aid in the relief of back pain.

It will alleviate knee pain.

It will form a firm, rounded buttock.

It will help you break your squat or deadlift record.

It will improve your body's posture.

It will assist you in running faster.

It will boost your athletic performance and capacity.

Exercise Aliases

Elevated Single Leg Glute, Leg Glute Bridge Exercise.

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