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A popular term for the gluteal muscles—gluteus maximus, medius, and minimus—considered together

glutes

prounounced like shoots Sports medicine A popular term for gluteal muscles; often, “nice GLUTES” which is safer than saying, “nice butt”
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Sudden acceleration, weighted squats and jumping can cause a strained glute muscle.
With your legs together, brace your core and glutes, then jump both legs into the air and land on the left side of your mat.
Complete muscle activation allows to optimise calories burning and, at the same time, to tone up legs and glutes.
Quads and glutes POLISHING WINDOWS (20 minutes = 50 calories) Once windows are cleaned, use a dry cloth in each hand to dry and polish them.
Glutes are promised a 28 percent activation increase and hamstrings and calves 11 percent each.
The problem: Weak glutes Fix it: The glute bridge is your solution.
THE GLUTES AND HAMSTRINGS are often the neglected stepchildren in regular gymgoers' workouts.
Staying balanced while wearing the shoes requires the use of muscles not otherwise used in the legs, abs, and glutes.
Dubai: AaToned abs, glutes, bi and triceps will be just some of the attractions on display at this year's Sportex, taking place at the Dubai World Trade Centre, November 3-5.
Pole dancing, which has been showing up for several years in studios as a means of developing core muscles, glutes, calves, and inner and outer thighs -- as well as self-esteem -- is finding its way into homes.
Primary muscles either directly or indirectly engaged: hip flexors, glutes, abdominals, and low back.