GHD Reverse Hyper

GHD Reverse Hyper

You can do these on a GHD or even by hanging your legs off of a bench, or a stability ball if you have something you can hold onto. These are a great sub if you do not have a reverse hyper machine.

Begin with your legs relaxed, hanging down toward the ground, but elevated from the floor. Squeeze your glutes and hamstrings to swing your legs up at least parallel to the ground, but as high as you can possible swing them, then let them swing back to the floor. You can do these one leg at a time or both at the same time.

GHD Reverse Hyperextensions¬†are part of Kyra Williams’ Personal Fitness Program and workout routines as they are a great way to increase glute, hamstring, lower back (core) and spinal erector strength. These are awesome if you have lower back pain because there is some traction involved and it helps increase lower back strength which protects your spine.

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