Hip Thrust - Anatomical Analysis The Hip Thrust is a glute exercise designed to improve your strength, speed, and power by teaching optimal hip extension. The main movement is a hip extension, the hamstrings are in active insufficiency. All the load is on the gluteus maximus. Common Mistakes‼️ There are plenty of things we can do wrong when we do Hip Thrusts. The main mistakes we've observed include: . ❌ Not maximizing the full range of motion. ❌ Placing the feet too far in front ❌ Putting the bar too close to the lower back ❌ Hyperextending the lower back at the end of the lift and not maintaining a neutral spine. It is important to keep the back straight (neutral spine) throughout the movement. (See video) . Subscribe Now and get full access to more than 700+ exercises with full Anatomical Analysis. Thanks for watching, if you have any question or you want to get more info, please visit our website www.muscleandmotion.com or simply click the link in our bio @muscleandmotion 🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳 🕳 🕳 #muscleandmotion #muscleandfitness #fitness #fitnessapp #gym #gymnastic #training #fitnessmotivation #fitnesscoach #fitnessphysique #FitnessTrainer #fitnesstips #personaltrainer #crossfit #crossfittraining #sportschiro #strengthtraining #chiro @muscleandmotion muscleandmotion Muscle and Motion

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The Hip Thrust is a glute exercise designed to improve your strength, speed, and power by teaching optimal hip extension.
The main movement is a hip extension, the hamstrings are in active insufficiency.
All the load is on the gluteus maximus.
Common Mistakes‼️ There are plenty of things we can do wrong when we do Hip Thrusts.
The main mistakes we've observed include:
.
❌ Not maximizing the full range of motion.
❌ Placing the feet too far in front
❌ Putting the bar too close to the lower back
❌ Hyperextending the lower back at the end of the lift and not maintaining a neutral spine.
It is important to keep the back straight (neutral spine) throughout the movement. (See video)
.
Subscribe Now and get full access to more than 700+ exercises with full Anatomical Analysis.
Thanks for watching, if you have any question or you want to get more info, please visit our website www.muscleandmotion.com or simply click the link in our bio
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  • Hip Thrust - Anatomical Analysis The Hip Thrust is a glute exercise designed to improve your strength, speed, and power by teaching optimal hip extension. The main movement is a hip extension, the hamstrings are in active insufficiency. All the load is on the gluteus maximus. Common Mistakes‼️ There are plenty of things we can do wrong when we do Hip Thrusts. The main mistakes we've observed include: . ❌ Not maximizing the full range of motion. ❌ Placing the feet too far in front ❌ Putting the bar too close to the lower back ❌ Hyperextending the lower back at the end of the lift and not maintaining a neutral spine. It is important to keep the back straight (neutral spine) throughout the movement. (See video) . Subscribe Now and get full access to more than 700+ exercises with full Anatomical Analysis. Thanks for watching, if you have any question or you want to get more info, please visit our website www.muscleandmotion.com or simply click the link in our bio @muscleandmotion 🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳 🕳 🕳 #muscleandmotion #muscleandfitness #fitness #fitnessapp #gym #gymnastic #training #fitnessmotivation #fitnesscoach #fitnessphysique #FitnessTrainer #fitnesstips #personaltrainer #crossfit #crossfittraining #sportschiro #strengthtraining #chiro https://scontent-frt3-1.cdninstagram.com/vp/1df788e101c3e5303c2b7154898f3d22/5CE46853/t51.2885-15/e35/59022972_2104556666502685_9042368382687478162_n.jpg?_nc_ht=scontent-frt3-1.cdninstagram.com muscleandmotion

    Hip Thrust - Anatomical Analysis

    The Hip Thrust is a glute exercise designed to improve your strength, speed, and power by teaching optimal hip extension.

    The main movement is a hip extension, the hamstrings are in active insufficiency.
    All the load is on the gluteus maximus.

    Common Mistakes‼️ There are plenty of things we can do wrong when we do Hip Thrusts.
    The main mistakes we've observed include:
    .
    ❌ Not maximizing the full range of motion.
    ❌ Placing the feet too far in front
    ❌ Putting the bar too close to the lower back
    ❌ Hyperextending the lower back at the end of the lift and not maintaining a neutral spine.

    It is important to keep the back straight (neutral spine) throughout the movement. (See video)
    .
    Subscribe Now and get full access to more than 700+ exercises with full Anatomical Analysis.

    Thanks for watching, if you have any question or you want to get more info, please visit our website www.muscleandmotion.com or simply click the link in our bio
    @muscleandmotion 🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳🕳 🕳 🕳
    #muscleandmotion #muscleandfitness #fitness #fitnessapp #gym #gymnastic
    #training #fitnessmotivation #fitnesscoach #fitnessphysique #FitnessTrainer #fitnesstips #personaltrainer #crossfit #crossfittraining #sportschiro #strengthtraining #chiro

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fitness_kp_ - KP 6 days ago

Great correctional video👏! I’ve never seen one with human anatomy shown in video like this

raspberry69choco - Karia 6 days ago

@muscleandmotion With this exercise I hurt my back very bad 🥴😖, the same day I couldn’t bend myself to tight my shoes, it took me a week to feel better, maybe it was to much weight, or maybe I made it wrong, now I prefer to don’t do it, I’m scared that happens again, thanks for your amazing videos, I have learned many things. 😎💪🏼

dalystrength74 - Mike Daly 6 days ago

@raspberry69choco check out @bretcontreras1 The barbell hip thrust is his ‘baby’ & his account is full of awesome info on how to perform it correctly without hurting yourself. Max props to @muscleandmotion too for this post. Your app (all of them) are truly awesome 👏 Whether you’re a trainer/coach or athlete/trainee, go check their apps out & get one (or all). You won’t be disappointed! 🙌🙌👍