Better Balance and Reduced Pain by Strengthening Your Glutes
Strengthening your Glutes
In addition with an increasing sedentary lifestyle, we are guilty of excessive sitting which can lead to tight hip flexors.
The glutes is a term which refers to the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, gluteus minimus and deep rotators. Not only does it control the pelvis, it also affects the entire kinetic chain of the body.
It is important to activate and strengthen your glutes in order to prevent injuries and pain.
More information can be found here “Strengthen your glutes for better balance and less pain”
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