Looking to bring up your hamstrings and glutes? Make RDL's a center piece in your routine!
Not to mention a sick pump, this exercise is all about feeling the stretch.
(Having your toes elevated is optional - it helps keep constant tension on hamstrings and glutes.)
Starting from the ground up, keep feet inside shoulder width apart.
Starting from a standing position, with the dumbbells to your sides.
Begin by kicking your hips out behind you, while allowing the dumbbells to dip toward your feet.
Then bring your hips back into starting position, flexing your hamstrings and glutes.
The goal should be to keep your core tight, keeping shoulder blades tight, chest out, and head up throughout the exercise.
Repeat until failure of form or strength.
Toward the end of the set demonstrated above, I start doing shorter range of motion to burn out. This will keep extra tension on your hamstrings and glutes and is a great way to add an explanation point to your workout!
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