In this video, you will learn how to do an elevated single leg glute bridge by Dr. Brian Damhoff.
1. Start flat on your back with one knee bent and the other leg straight
2. Drive through your heel to raise your hips until your body is in a straight line
3. Once you reach the top, hold that position for a second
4. Lower yourself to the starting position
You can use a box or chair of appropriate height for you. One of the key errors to avoid is arching your back at the top position. The elevated single leg glute bridge will target your hip extensors, the glutes and the hamstrings, along with your core.