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Glute strengthening for piriformis syndrome rehab – Back Pain Bootcamp Workout

glute strengthening routine that includes piriformis stabilization with a resistance loop band

Hey guys!

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Today I want to share with you one of my glute strengthening, Back Pain Bootcamp workouts, where I demonstrate some great exercises that will target the glute muscles, and help you stabilize your pelvis. The most important thing you can do for yourself when experiencing piriformis pain is to stabilize your hips. I love doing this by activating the big glute muscles that are dormant most of the time (due to our sedentary lifestyle).

How to Properly Strengthen the Glute Muscles

I love using a Resistance Loop Band to not only create resistance but to also ensure I’m activating the right muscles. It helps me stay focused on the muscle (that should be working), rather than just doing the exercise for the sake of doing the exercise if you know what I mean.

PS: don’t forget to check out the back pain bootcamp if you enjoyed this routine. The bootcamp is the only fitness program designed for back pain warriors, by a back pain trainer 🙂

Glute Strengthening Workout for Piriformis Syndrome Rehab

Glute Strengthening Workout Breakdown

  • Standing Leg Raises: 10 Reps on each side.
  • Lying leg raises (inner thigh): 10 Reps on each side.
  • Clams: 10 reps on each side. Make sure you’re not rotating your pelvis here.
  • Clam to leg raise combo: 10 Reps on each side

Movement is very crucial to your recovery. Without it, muscles are only gonna get weaker and less ‘functional’. So do commit to at least 10 minutes of movement a day if you can. If you are looking for more information on healing piriformis syndrome, check out the following articles:

How to heal from piriformis syndrome pain

Quickly FIX pelvic pain (the one exercise no one is using)

Piriformis Syndrome dos and don’ts – my list on how I fixed my low back (Free Checklist)

Oh, and also check out these free resources:

 

I hope you enjoy this routine my friend and leave me a comment below with your experience strengthening the glutes, and if the loop band made a difference in your routines.

Sofia

Checkout this glute strengthening hip routine specific for piriformis syndrome rehab. Grab a resistance loop band and join me in this home workout to work on those glutes. We will target the glute medius, glute maximus and piriformis muscle to stabilize your hips, and get relief #piriformissyndrome #lowerbackpain #homeworkout 
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