How to Do Bridge Pose Exercise Properly

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This exercise is famously practiced by yoga practitioners to strengthen the glutes and lower back muscles and improve hip flexibility.

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Major Muscles Worked

  • Gluteal Muscles

Other Muscles Worked

  • Lower Back
  • Hip Flexors

Bridge Pose Guide

  • Begin by lying on your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor close to glutes.
  • Place arms flat on the floor next to you, tucking your shoulders under your back. Ensure to align your knees with the hip bones.
  • Press palms down as you lift your hips high and squeeze glutes. Keep neck relaxed on the mat.
  • Continue to breathe and hold for 30 seconds.
  • Lower back your body softly landing back on the mat.

Trainer’s Tips

  • Hold in your abdominal muscles for more effect of the exercise on the core.
  • Take time before lowering your hips in order to feel more tension in the body.
  • If you have had a neck or spinal injury prior, do not do this exercise until you have sought the approval of your medical doctor.

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Benefits of the Bridge Pose Exercise

Strengthens the gluteal muscles and lower back muscles.

This exercise may help some people ease lower back pain.