glutes


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glu•tes

(ˈglu tiz)

n.pl. Informal.
the muscles of the buttocks.
[1980–85; glute shortening of gluteus + -s3]
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Going into arabesque uses the glutes, hamstrings and low back muscles.
And moving your whole body in unison utilizes different muscles, particularly in your hips and glutes.
The fat storages near the top in the upper part of the glutes are equal and gives it a very full appearance.
amp;nbsp;So go ahead, stay in bed, and practice these 6 exercises that will strengthen your core, your back, your glutes, and thighs.
I told my trainer, Steve, I wanted to activate my glutes more.
9 GLUTES STRETCH SIT on the floor with one leg out straight in front of you and bring your opposite foot across your thigh just above the knee and put the foot down flat.
Although the quadriceps are important for knee function, it may be even more important not to ignore your glutes and the muscles on the posterior side of your thigh, a Cleveland Clinic expert cautions.
This exercise helps stretch your calves, hamstrings, glutes and lower back.
The program includes a "squat" warm-up series working legs, glutes, and hips; an "attitude" series that focuses on the glutes, hamstrings, and back; a "band kick back" series that targets the legs and back with the resistance band; the "lunge" series with gliding and use of the barre; floor work for the arms and abs; and finally a cool down.
In Gigi's ballet barre class we begin at the barre with the lower body section that focuses on strengthening the thighs and glutes.
Simply put, instead of using the glutes and hips to initiate lower-body movements, many people move their legs forward by using their calf muscles and pushing out with their feet.