The Hinge is one of the most functional movements we do as humans. Don’t believe me? Ever pick anything up from the ground? Yep, that’s a hinge. Next, to the squat, the hinge is one of the most important movements you can do with your lower body. Although this movement is natural for us as humans, as we get older we have the tendency to not perform it as well. Ever hear of someone throwing out their back? We sure have. Ever hear of someone throwing out their back picking up something light? Yep, we’ve seen that as well. How
So you’re pressed for time. Don’t have access to all the fancy equipment. Shoot, right now, you aren’t even part of a gym. All reasons I hear for not incorporating movement into your daily routine at least 30 minutes a day. Well, I have news for you, you don’t need any of those. In fact, all you need is one piece of equipment to knock all those excuses out and get moving, the kettlebell. The kettlebell is a convenient piece of equipment that can be easily transported, doesn’t take long to set up or start a workout, and is versatile.
Focusing on your glutes and strengthening them has become the ‘popular’ thing in fitness as of the past few years. There seems to be an oversaturation of exercises you can do to build and grow a butt. On so many social media sites it is very easy to find many a person showing off their favorite glute movement. Why grow a butt though? The main reason seems to be the aesthetics for most people, afterall we workout to look good 🙂 But besides having aesthetic benefits building your booty overall (perkiness, density, and musculature) exercising your behind makes you stronger,