Single-Leg Reverse Hyperextension
How to: Single-Leg Reverse Hyperextension
Primary Muscles Used:Glutes, Gluteals, Hamstrings
Exercise Families:Hip Extension
- Start by lying flat on your stomach on a yoga mat with both legs extended behind you, toes untucked. Place your forearms on top of one another parallel to (in line with) the front edge of the mat and lower your head to rest on top of your forearms. This is your starting position.
- Inhale and brace your core. Slightly raise one of your legs off the ground, keeping your leg straight. You should feel tension in your glute on the raised leg.
- Lower your leg to return to the starting position. Continue alternating between legs for the specified number of repetitions, maintaining control of your breathing throughout.
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