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The Goodmorning exercise.

The Goodmorning exercise.
Good mornings are one of those exercise that you *need* to include in your training routine, especially if the goal is increasing performance. ⁣⁣
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This exercise is commonly included in a lot of athlete's programs: such as PLers, Oly lifters, Strongmen and Strength Athletes, but anybody can benefit from a stronger posterior chain, really. ⁣⁣
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The GM targets many muscles, predominantly the posterior chain muscles such as the gluteals, the hamstrings and the erector spinae but also the upper back muscles. ⁣⁣
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If done right, this exercise can be a great carryover to your "???????????????? ????????????????????" by strengthening muscles that could be the weak-link of your lifts. ⁣⁣
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Therefore, if wanting to get the most out of it, it's important to learn how to execute this exercise correctly. ⁣⁣
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????The Good Morning works through hip hinge and NOT lumbar flexion/extension. You should treat this exercise kind of how you would do a RDL. ⁣⁣
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In fact, after placing the barbell on your back, all you want to do is to "set back" and hinge at the hips (knees slightly bent) and reaching down as far as your mobility allows, while maintaining a neutral spine. ⁣⁣
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There are many variations of the GM which serve to specifically isolate certain muscles, such as the seated version for the erector spinae,

02.04.2020