May 06, 2011New on You Tube -- Peter Nielsen demonstrates the three best glute exercise for women! The gluteals are one of the main muscle groups that hold your body upright and control your ability to bend and straighten the hip joints, and provide both hip and knee stability. Unfortunately, sitting for long periods can lead to the gluteal muscles atrophying through constant pressure and disuse. This raises the risks of lower back pain and increases difficulty with the simple, everyday movements that naturally require the gluteal muscles, such as rising from the seated position,climbing stairs, or even getting out of bed in the morning. If you notice it at all, most likely you're complaining that it's too fat, flat, or flabby. Getting the gluteals in shape will help you stand straighter, strenghten your back, ease upward movement, and ease the strain of heavy lifting -- if you're still not convinced, think of how much better you'll look better in your bathing suit!
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