Live Lean Nation, on today’s exercise demonstration, I’m showing you how to do BODYWEIGHT SINGLE LEG LEANING HAMSTRING CURL.
The Leaning Hamstring Curl is a unique bodyweight exercise to do when you have no access to equipment and when done with intention, can target the hamstrings, glutes, and lower back, as well as giving a good hip flexor stretch.
To perform BODYWEIGHT SINGLE LEG LEANING HAMSTRING CURL:
1. Lean forward, maintaining a flat back while placing your forearms with your elbows pointing out and your forehead on top of waist high step, box, or chair.
2. Raise and extend one leg behind you so it creates a straight line from your heel to your head while slightly bending the knee of the opposite leg.
3. Keeping your leg extended behind you, bend the knee of the raised leg so that your heel curls towards your butt.
4. Feel the contraction in your hamstrings and glutes, then under control, extend your leg back to the starting position.
5. Repeat all the reps with one leg, then switch legs and repeat.
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