Exercise Guide, Glutes & Hip Flexors
How to Do Marching Glute Bridges

How to Do Marching Glute Bridges Exercise Properly

How to Do Marching Glute Bridges

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Envision marching but with your back on the floor. This is a rough description of the exercise which requires one to march while on a glute position. It helps in teaching one how to move the legs while ensuring the pelvis is stabilized.

Major Muscles Worked

  • Glutes
  • Hamstrings

Other Muscles Worked

  • Lower Back

Marching Glute Bridge Guide

  • On a mat, lie on your back with your hands beside your body and palm down, while bending your knees.
  • Get into the glute-bridge position, which requires you to raise your hip to a point where the knees, hips, and shoulder are in a straight diagonal line.
  • Now bend one knee in towards your stomach till your hips are at a 90-degree angle and alternate with the other. This motion looks like a march hence the name to the exercise.
  • Repeat in 15 to 20 reps for three sets.

Trainer’s Tips

  • You can keep your toes pointed upwards off the mat for more hip extension. However, if you have a back problem, keep both feet on the mat.
  • Increase the pace of the marches.
  • Hold your navel/abs in, in order to avoid any strains on your back and ensure hips are in full extension.

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Benefits of Marching Glute Bridge Exercise

  • Does not require any equipment to work with.
  • Is less tiring as the body is in more movement in comparison to holding the glute position for a while.
  • Excellent for strengthening your glutes.
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