Deadlifts, am I doing them wrong?

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Sep 2015
1:08pm, 22 Sep 2015
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lammo
Sounds like you would also benefit from squatting and lunges, as i think Kieron suggested above.

Keep us posted on progress :-)
Sep 2015
1:19pm, 22 Sep 2015
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Liliaicha
I have one year to prepare for my biggest event EVER! Offa's Dyke 185miles 30,000ft of elevation. I'm gonna need to be strong, so it would be nice to get a strength exercise plan into place and then STICK TO IT!!
Sep 2015
1:22pm, 22 Sep 2015
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lammo
Yes consistency is the key in all this as you well know :-)
Sep 2015
1:29pm, 22 Sep 2015
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Ultracat
plenty of exercises to strengthened glutes. I use a resistance band just below the knees and do glute bridges and keep the resistance on the bands, you can get vary strengths of resistance bands.
Sep 2015
2:31pm, 22 Sep 2015
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Liliaicha
Glute bridges? Hmm....might give those a try!

The resistance band is not below the knees in this video though:

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Sep 2015
2:32pm, 22 Sep 2015
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Liliaicha
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Sep 2015
2:32pm, 22 Sep 2015
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Liliaicha
Oops.
Sep 2015
3:02pm, 22 Sep 2015
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Ultracat
Two different ways of using resistance bands whilst doing glute bridges then.

Do the glute bridges without bands to start.

I also use a lowish seat to sit down and then stand upright whilst engaging the glute muscles, to make it more challenging add weights or lower seat, if hips very tight then use a book or something similar to raise your heels. Make sure you mobilise and stretch hip flexors before doing squats.
Sep 2015
5:21pm, 22 Sep 2015
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Liliaicha
Thanks Ultracat :-)

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