The bridge is one of my all-time favorite exercises! It’s my go-to solution when my back is feeling tight and when I want to really activate my glutes.
But it hasn’t always been a pleasant experience for me. My glutes used to be inactive and my hamstrings would cramp like crazy every time I did a bridge.
Today’s video will teach you how to keep hamstring cramps at bay and show you how to get a lot more than you might imagine from such a simple exercise.
Have you ever had hamstring cramps when doing the bridge?
How does this version feel when you compare it to the way you normally do the bridge?
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