Work your hamstrings and glutes with this challenging bridge variation!
Bridges are known for activating and working glutes, but this version has a stabilization and hamstring component as well. By placing your feet on the stability ball, you’ll notice having to stabilize the ball right to left as you bridge up and come down. Your hamstrings will also engage in order to keep the ball under your feet and not allow it to slide out from under you or let the legs straighten as you bridge.
You’ll want to stretch your hamstrings when you’re all done with this exercise!
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Addie Kelzer is a certified personal trainer and nutrition consultant. She believes that by making fitness and good food practical, her clients will hold the power to positively change their health and the health of those closest to them.