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Dusty performs a standing hip thrust on the Keiser cables. There are two advantages to this exercise versus the standard hip thrust on a bench:
1) the exerciser is performing the movement in a STANDING position. This is normally the position a person is in when they are using their glutes and hamstrings.
2) the resistance is coming from directly in FRONT of the exerciser. This means that even at the end of the movement (standing) the exerciser is under resistance (versus a bar that would simply be compressive resistance at the top)
Work this in with the standard hip thrust for a functional compliment to classic glute training.
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