Back Strengthening Exercises: How to Do a Bridge Exercise
Are you looking to strengthen your back and butt?
Do you need to tighten and firm your core today?
Then you need to be doing one of the best back exercises in the bridge.
Learn how to do a bridge exercise and how dead simple it is for back strengthening.
How to Do a Bridge Exercise
- Lie on the ground with your arms lying flat at your sides, your knees bent, and your feet placed flat on the floor.
- Press your pelvis up and hold when your torso is 45° from the floor.
- Pause, squeeze your butt and tighten your abs for a 3-count, then gradually lower your butt back to the ground.
- Repeat this movement sequence for about 10-15 repetitions.
When you comfortably master this back exercise…
Try holding the floor bridge for longer durations or challenge yourself with 50-100 repetitions without rest.
Now That You Know How to Do a Bridge Exercise
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