Hip dominant leg exercises

  • The hamstring combination is a functional exercise to strengthen the hamstrings, gluteus maximus and back extensor muscles. It is suitable for all fitness levels.

  • The back extension is a beginner exercise to strengthen the hamstrings, gluteus maximus and back extensor muscles.

  • The back extension strengthens the hamstrings, gluteus and back extensor muscles. It is suitable for all fitness levels.

  • The single-leg Romanian deadlift is an intermediate level exercise to strengthen the hamstrings, gluteus and back extensor muscles. The single-leg stance requires balance and proprioception and makes the exercise more sport-specific.

  • Slide-board lunges are excellent full-leg strengthening exercises. The slide-board back lunge really gets the gluteus maximus and hamstrings firing, while the slide-board side lunge emphasizes the inner thigh muscles.

  • The back lunge is a single-leg strength exercise, suitable for all levels of training. This exercise targets the quads, hamstrings and glutes. The back lunge gets the gluteus maximus and hamstrings firing more compared to the regular lunge.

  • The TRX pull through strengthens the gluteus maximus and hamstrings and develops torso stability. This exercise is suitable for intermediate and advanced fitness levels.

  • The SB hip extension & leg curl is a beginner exercise to strengthen the gluteus maximus and hamstrings and develop torso stability.

  • The reverse back extension is an intermediate level exercise to strengthen the hamstrings, gluteus maximus and back extensor muscles.

  • The TRX hip abduction strengthens the gluteus and hamstring muscles and develops torso stability. This exercise is suitable for all fitness levels.

  • The slide-board split is an excellent exercise to strengthen the inner thigh muscles and prevent groin injuries. This exercise is suitable for all fitness levels.

  • The mini-band lateral walk strengthens the muscles at outside of your hips. This exercise is suitable for all levels of fitness.