Video 345 | Day Four Glute Challenge with Lauren Eirk (30 Minutes)
30 Minutes • 28-Jul-2022
On day four of our 5 day Glute Challenge, you should notice that your range of motion at the hip is already improving with the strengthening focus of days one-three. Today we moving back into bodyweight training with strong Yoga practice designed to improve joint range of motion.
Many times, Yoga is thought of as a stretching practice. In this video, we are actually working on contracting the glutes in deeper ranges than we have done so far using the resistance from our body, Yoga blocks, and a Yoga strap.
You will feel ironically more mobile after this practice! As muscles get stronger, other muscles will not have to protect and tighten as much. This is due to the improved stability of the hip joints.
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