One word you probably hear a lot when it comes to building strength is stability, and targeting your glutes with exercise is one of the best ways to support your body naturally. squat They may be one of the most popular lower body exercises, but single leg movements are also helpful in relieving muscle imbalances and working individually on the muscles of the buttocks and legs. Our personal favourite? The one-legged RDL.
With a focus on targeting the hamstrings (or the glutes depending on how you do it), the single-leg RDL is accessible for all fitness and strength levels, and can be easily modified by keeping both feet on the ground or increasing weights. Below, a fitness coach B. B. Arrington, CPTShe gives her top tips for accentuating the move for a more balanced power base – plus better stability.