The Glutes and Hamstrings Do A Lot For The Body
If you’ve been neglecting your glute workouts, you’re going to want to start doing them. Almost every movement relies on the glutes and hamstrings in some way.
All of this movement relies on the hips being mobile, and hip mobility depends on flexibility and strength in the glutes and hamstrings. Glute workouts can increase hip mobility which can lead to:
Moving the femur keeps the glutes and hamstrings happy and healthy. As a bonus this will also prevent tight thighs, and help with sacroiliac (SI) joint pain relief. It is crucial to move the femur bone through all ranges of motion to maintain good condition.
It's About WAY More Than Just Looks
Glute workouts often focus on the aesthetics of, rather than the action of, the muscle.
We are talking about one of the most influential parts of the body. Preventing injury, and building strength and flexibility are more important than how the glutes look. If you train the glutes just for looks, the body ends up compensating when the glutes and hamstrings don’t do their jobs. Over time this causes problems that start small, but can get in the way of everyday life in big ways. There is a double benefit to training the glutes to be strong and flexible. They will look great too!
What Happens When They Get Overlooked- Tight Thighs and SI Joint Pain
It is critical to do glute workouts for the function of the muscles and joints. The body suffers if the glutes and hamstrings are neglected. Do so and other groups of muscles start to compensate when the glutes and hamstrings don’t do their job.
The hip joints losing mobility causes a ripple effect forcing the body to find the missing mobility in other joints. But these other muscles and joints aren’t meant to do for us what good hip mobility does. It starts with simple problems like tight thighs that cause ache and pains, but gets more and more severe over time. This can lead to tons of health problems like:
It may seem crazy that the glutes and hamstrings are so important. Caring for these parts of the body is effectively caring for the whole body.
The Importance of Taking Care of the Glutes and Hamstrings
So How Do I Do That?
One great option is our Increasing Hip Extension class. In under 20 minutes, both the glutes and hamstrings are worked at the same time. Because both the hamstrings and the glutes are working together properly, it allows focus on the function of the muscles.
As an online video lesson the workout can be done anywhere, even from the comfort of your own home. It uses various camera angles to show everything going on in the movement so that nothing is missed, and it uses almost no equipment; everything you need can be found in an ordinary household. This is one glute workout you don’t want to miss!
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