How to Do the Elevated Glute Bridge Lift

Get an excellent booty workout by doing the Elevated Glute Bridge Lift!

How to Do the Elevated Bridge Lift

Elevated Glute Bridge Lifts are a great way to tighten your booty while strengthening your ab muscles! It’s an excellent workout you can do at home while using your chair or the edge of your bed to raise your legs. Aside from tightening your glutes, it improves your posture and helps strengthen your lower body. To do this workout, just follow these steps!

How to Do the Elevated Glute Bridge Lift

  1. With the chair in front of you, sit down on the floor and spread your legs apart. Then, lie down with your back against the floor.
  2. Raise both of your legs and bend your knees to a 90 degree angle. Place your feet on top of the chair with your heels planted on the chair’s edge. Take note: make sure you’re legs are not too close to the chair. You won’t be able to lift your hips properly if you’re too close.
  3. Place your arms flat on the floor for support.
  4. Lift your hips up from the floor. Make sure to squeeze your butt muscles and hold the position for one second.
  5. Lower your hips slowly. Repeat the exercise within 10 to 15 seconds or for as long as you can.

Modified Elevated Glute Bridge Lift

You can do this low-impact version without placing your feet on top of a chair. Just follow these steps:

  1. Lie down with your back against the floor.
  2. Bend your knees and make sure your feet are planted firmly on the ground.
  3. Place your arms flat on the floor for support.
  4. Lift your hips up from the ground. Make sure to squeeze your butt muscles and hold it for one second.
  5. Lower your hips slowly. Repeat the exercise within 10 to 15 seconds or for as long as you can.

There you have it! Challenge yourself and try this workout today!

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