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Resistance-Band Glute Pull-Through

Anchor a band to a stable structure in front of you at floor level. Grab it in both hands and step over it so you’re facing away from the anchor with the band running between your legs. Take a few steps forward to put tension on the band. Start in an upright position, holding the band with your hands together and your arms extended down in front of you. Initiate the movement by pushing your hips back to “hinge,” letting your torso drop down toward the floor; your knees can bend somewhat, but keep your legs relatively straight (à la stiff-legged deadlift). When your torso reaches roughly parallel with the floor and you feel a stretch in your hamstrings, contract your glutes and hams to reverse the motion and return to the upright position.