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Prone-lying Reverse Hip Extension

Prone-lying Reverse Hip Extension
Muscle Groups
  • Back
  • Hips & Buttocks
  • Legs
Purposes
  • Lower back strength
  • Glute strength
  • Hamstrings strength

Overview

The prone-lying reverse hip extension is another way to strengthen your lower back. At the same time you strengthen your glutes and hamstrings. Most activities in life are easier when you have a strong core. The prone-lying reverse hip extension is a good way to strengthen your core and is easy enough for beginning exercisers.

Description

  • Lie on your stomach with your hands placed under your forehead.
  • Keeping your legs “long,” lift them so that your knees come off the ground.
  • Return slowly to the start position.

Mistakes

  • Cocking the head back
  • Bending the knees
  • Feet separate too far apart

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