Isolation movements have fallen from favor, but should an exception be made for glutes?
Strength coaches like complex movements that recruit multiple muscle groups. These movements are closer to athletic skills and may transfer to the playing field better than isolation exercises. So when an athlete wants to focus on his or her glutes, they are often advised to perform kettlebell swings, deadlifts, and low bar back squats.
But is there a case for a dedicated glute exercise?
Our ability to manage complex sensory inputs dictates our physical, emotional, and psychological health.
In the grand scheme of things, your PRs and race times aren’t that important. There, I’ve said it. Improving yourself is always something to be proud of, but there’s more to movement than exercise. Hang tight with me here. We’re going to explore what movement means for the big picture of human health, both mental and physical.
These pieces have caught your attention throughout the week. So here they are in one place for you to consume, digest, and enjoy.
Welcome to our weekend roundup, Three of the Best! Every Sunday, we'll post up Breaking Muscle's top three articles of the week. These pieces have caught your attention throughout the last seven days. So here they are in one place for you to consume, digest, and enjoy.