Personal Trainer Mark Hart
Personal Trainer Mark Hart at Have a Hart Fitness shows you how to do pelvic thrusts to improve posterior chain. Hip
Thrusts are a great exercise to improve glute and lower back strength as well as hamstrings and abdominal strength.
Hip thrusts are a very important exercise and should be included as part of your body exercise to tighten up and shape up your butt at the end of your workout or at the end of your leg exercises.
Hip thrusts are a should be carried out carefully and slowly.
2 up and 2 down technique
5 x 10 reps
rest 30 seconds between sets.
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Source : Tight In 20
Artist : Mickey Mehta
Category : Workout
Type : Stretching
Weights : No
Benefits : Back Muscles, Core Strength, Stomach, Thighs
The Purpose of this
The Purpose of this exercise is to optimise the central stability of the body, strengthening the core muscles, gluteal muscles and the deep layers of the abdominal muscles and most especially- the hamstrings.
This is being executed while maintaining balance and emphasising certain movement patterns in the pelvic region. This exercise requires body awareness, good motor control and strength. Therefore it is advised to perform it in small doses at first before using it as a strengthening exercise.
it is very effective in numerous diagnosis' as lower limb injuries, low back pain and it is a performance enhancer in the training and athletic population.
In accordance with the treatment plan and guidance of the treating PT.
Thanks.What about breathing?inhale & exhale?
THANK YOU FOR DOING THINGS RIGHT....
OBVIOUSLY YOU KNOW THE SIGNIFICANCE OF "DORSI-FLEXION WHILE DOING PELVIC LIFTING EXERCISES"
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