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You might have been sitting a little too much in the last few months, but The Doctors have a fix from a fitness expert that can help improve your weak glutes and possibly help your back pain.
Jennifer Jacobs says it is important to "train the glutes for as much as you are sitting on them." She shares 3 moves that can be done at home using resistance bands. Her glute workout consists of:
- Hip thrust - she says to perform this move on the floor with the band around your thighs
- Hip thrust off an elevated surface (like your couch) - which she says is one of the most effective moves for someone's glutes
- Hip abduction - the fitness expert says this move mimics a popular gym machine
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