MY FULL GLUTE WORKOUT EXPLAINED *no squats* + MY FAVOURITE HEALTHY LUNCH MEAL IDEA



My full glutes & hamstrings explained with a voiceover, as well as my favourite

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43 thoughts on “MY FULL GLUTE WORKOUT EXPLAINED *no squats* + MY FAVOURITE HEALTHY LUNCH MEAL IDEA

  1. You need to work on ROM overall, not only was there a lack of ROM during your lunges, but during your calf raises and hip thrusts as well. The swinging motion during your calf raises is doing nothing for your calves. Engage the core and glutes to isolate the gastrocnemius. Your soleus is just as important and can be target by a bent knee calf raise. To isolate the glutes during your hip thrusts, yes your legs should be 90 degrees but you also have a lack of core engagement (as seen from the flaring ribs) during the entire movement which is probably allowing compensation from the quads or hamstrings over the glutes. Keep the ribs and chin down to keep the core tight and to fully extend at the top of the ROM during the posterior tilt to fully benefit from the exercise. Overall good video.

  2. Warm up sets help me a lot too! I've only recently started adding more warm up sets instead of jumping right into my working set and I've noticed a crazy big difference already! I also really suggest adding a band around the knees to feel hip thrust in your glutes.

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  4. Hi, have you ever tried fore/midfoot running? It's a way better running style and it trains your calves like hell. This engages those ST fibers for a great stimulus.
    Greetings from Germany

  5. Please do a video with new gym shark it would be great to see how squat proof they are if you can do a heavy work out so we can see the quality I would appreciate that 😊🙏

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