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Why You Should Do Butt Exercises Before Your Next Run

SELF.com—July 31, 2018

SELF.com reporter K. Aleisha Fetters wrote about the impact of gluteal muscles on running.

HSS sports performance specialist Ashley Fluger CSCS, CPT, explained that "the gluteal muscles include the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, and gluteus minimus, and [they all work together to] help stabilize your pelvis and keep your hips and knees aligned."

As part of a pre-run warm-up, Fluger recommended performing single-leg glute bridges to activate the muscles.

Read the full article at self.com.

 

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