I hear from clients ALL the time that they are frustrated that they can't work their glutes without back, hip, or knee pain.
Let's look into four crucial principles of training the glutes and my recommendations for which glute exercises might be best for YOUR body.
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In general, when you complete an exercise in a joint's full range of motion, the muscle is loaded more, and you receive more benefit.
The glute max extends your hip. It works when you are standing up from a seated position. In other words, it begins working when you are straightening the hip when it is fully bent.
To load the glute...