5 Best Glute Strengthening Exercises with Resistance Loop Bands

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These glute exercises with resistance loop bands are a great way to help strengthen your booty muscles. They focus on strengthening all three glutes: the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, and gluteus minimus.

Today I’ll be using Fit Simplify’s resistance loop bands. They come in a set of 5 with different resistance levels from extra light to extra heavy (which ranges from about 2 pounds of resistance to about 30 pounds of resistance). They are great for maintaining resistance consistency in your glute strengthening workout, or any workout. Learn more about Fit Simplify's products.

The first glute exercise is bridging with a band. This does a great job of not only activating the gluteus maximus and medius, but also the hamstrings.

The second exercise is a supine hip flexion/extension with a band. This also works the glutes and hamstrings, as well as hip flexors.

The third exercise is a clamshell. This one really focuses on the gluteus medius, but it works them all.

The fourth exercise is on all fours, or quadruped. Some people call this the fire hydrant because of how it looks. This one does a great job of working your stabilizer muscles as well.

The last exercise is a side squat with a band. This is a great overall lower body exercises, and it works a lot of muscles in a lot of ways including the stabilizer muscles.

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