How to Do the Reverse Bridge Dynamic Warm-Up Exercise

Krista Schultz, MEd, CSCS Demonstrates the Reverse Bridge Dynamic Warm-Up Exercise

The reverse bridge is a dynamic warm up exercise for opening and increasing the range of motion in the front of the hips (hip flexors), front of the shoulders, pectoral (chest), biceps, forearms and musculature of the hands. The reverse bridge also helps to activate posterior chain musculature such as glutes, hamstrings and back.

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