Burn your bridges

Anyone who has ever tried to shape and strengthen her glutes and hamstrings has felt the deep and oh-sosatisfying burn of bridges. But bridges aren’t just good for your glutes. They also engage the deep, intrinsic core muscles, helping strengthen and solidify your entire lower body and posterior chain while alleviating back pain and improving posture. These four moves take the basic bridge to the next level, progressing from the industry standard for foundational development movement to an advanced, unstable, elevated and weighted exercise.


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