GYM: Swiss Ball Hip Bridge

Swiss Ball Hip Bridge Start in a supine position with your knees flexed and the bottoms of your feet resting on a Swiss Ball. Raise your hips slightly off the floor and contract your gluteal muscles, working for a full extension through your hips. Return to the starting position without your hips touching the floor. Repeat for 12–16 repetitions.  As with the Swiss Ball Hamstring Curly, this exercise can be made more challenging and beneficial by extending your hands toward the ceiling.



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Swiss Ball Hip Bridge

Start in a supine position with your knees flexed and the bottoms of your feet resting on a Swiss Ball.

Raise your hips slightly off the floor and contract your gluteal muscles, working for a full extension through your hips.

Return to the starting position without your hips touching the floor. Repeat for 12–16 repetitions.

As with the Swiss Ball Hamstring Curly, this exercise can be made more challenging and beneficial by extending your hands toward the ceiling.


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