In Your Own Home Hamstring Workouts – Best Hamstring Exercises

 

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8 Hamstring Exercises You Can Do at Home to Tone Your Thighs (and Prevent Injury) 1. Good Mornings. For an added challenge, grab two dumbbells and rest them on the backs of your shoulders behind your 2. Romanian Deadlifts. Step 1: Stand with your feet hip-width apart, holding one dumbbell in each. The 13 Best Hamstrings Exercises of All Time 1. Glute Bridge. How to do it: Lie down with your back, palms, and feet flat on the floor, knees bent.

Press both feet 2. Single-leg Glute Bridge. How to do it: Lie down with your back, palms, and feet flat on the floor, knees bent. Bring 3. Bench. How to: Lie flat on your back with feet flat on the ground and shoulder-width apart, legs bent to 90 degrees. Drive your heels into the ground, and lift your torso and upper legs into the air.

This workout is fantastic because it tones so much more than just your hamstrings. The exercises that make up this workout also tone your glutes, quads, calves, abdominals, lower back, hip flexors, pectorals, and more. At home hamstring workouts allow you to tone these muscles without any.

Best Bodyweight Hamstring Exercises That Can Be Done at Home 1) Single-Leg Romanian Deadlift. Step 1: Stand upright, holding a dumbbell or kettlebell in your left hand at arm’s 2) Swiss-Ball Leg Curl. See the directions above. If you don’t have a Swiss ball at home, a rolling desk chair can.

These stability ball hamstring curls are great as a hamstring workout at home. But, obviously, you need an exercise ball or some other large rolling object to use. For this exercise, you’ll lay on your upper back and have your feet up on the ball. Even exercises that you’d traditionally consider quad-dominant moves, like squats or lunges, can also work your hamstrings too. That’s because when you lunge or squat, your hamstring muscles.

Download My App For 7 Days of FREE Workouts: http://bit.ly/3aeDiwE Today’s hamstring workout will run you through 5 of the best hamstring exercises that you. Press into hands and lift hips into the air until body forms a straight line from shoulders to heels. Keep hips raised while you bend right. The best possible exercises you can do for your glutes and hamstrings are leg curls and deadlifts. But what do you do if you don’t have access to equipment?

Well, there are many home workouts that can give you the same burn that you get when you are at the gym. Below are the best exercises for hamstrings and glutes without equipment.

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Single straight leg raise-supine, alternate knee bent, raise leg straight up and down, stretching the hamstring in the back of the leg, hold at maximal stretch for 5 seconds, lower with control, switch legs left and right, 10 repetitions each.

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These exercises include the hurdler’s stretch; the single-leg or double-leg inverted hurdler’s stretch; deep knee bends, lunges, or squats (with or without weights); the standing straight-leg toe touch; the arch or bridge; the standing torso twist (with or without weights); inversion; and the shoulderstand or plow.

“Science of Flexibility” by Michael J. Alter
from Science of Flexibility
by Michael J. Alter
Human Kinetics, 2004

One effective exercise involves hanging weights, in which the foot and ankle are propped on a towel or other device to elevate the hamstrings and gastrocnemius, which allows the knee to drop into full extension (Fig. 41–12A).

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To make this exercise more effective, do the movements in a 4-count sequence1) step to side, keeping hips and shoulders square, 2) lower body into a squat, 3) stand, 4) drag non-lead leg in, placing feet together.

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One effective exercise for extension involves hanging weights (Fig. 8.1), in which the foot and ankle are propped on a towel or other device to elevate the hamstrings and gastrocnemius, which allows the knee to drop into full extension (see also Chap.

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Deep squats activate the VMO more than regular squats or leg extension and help stabilize the knee.

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Examples of exercises after a hamstring strain, including strengthening exercises (lunges, bridges on a stability ball, and hamstring curls on a stability ball) are shown in Figure 7-8.

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Once the side of your left leg is on the ball, keep your legs squeezed together and pull both knees closer to your waist, pause for 2-4 seconds then extend the legs, and roll to the other side.

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by Pete McCall
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• In step 1, contract the abdominals to create a slight posterior pelvic tilt and prevent the lower back from arching as the hip flexors contract to help support the legs, especially as the knee extensors straighten the legs.

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For a balance exercise after backward or forward lunges, you can add the raise of the bent leg forward, with sideways lunges—raising a straight leg to the side.

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  • Oh my days… I needed something for my hamstrings. I looked and thought it wouldn’t do much for me. It’s a deceptively difficult 7 minutes. It’s worthy of being in any HIIT routine.

  • Jesus christ why tf is there loads of fucking karens in the comment section not even knowing how easy this is for other people, like actualy go to some actual fitness youtuber like athlean x instead of this bull, you would learn a lot more

  • Thank u, but there is a research, comparison of hamstrings muscle activation during high speed running and various hamstring strengthening exercise, which show cases few more exercise. Can u please demostrate them, as they are hard to follow fron the text.

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  • This was more glutes than hamstrings, and the last one was a lower back killer, I’d suggest doing that on the weekends, since that’ll take some time to recover from.

  • Some exercises are good in this hamstring workout, but not all. Especially not the exercises particularly meant only for glutes. Since this is a hamstring only workout it should probably define only hamstring specific exercises. Else it should just be a routine leg workout. Anyways your channel guidance is always appreciated and I really like a few of your workouts.

  • “these comments are exaggerating”
    “it’s only 7 minutes, how hard can it be?”
    “it looks so easy.”
    Imagine the hubris on this person. Cannot believe I broke a sweat and I even did all the exercises wrong.

  • I’ve been doing this workout everyday for just over 3 weeks now and I’m starting to see a difference in the appearance of my cellulite �� THANK YOU!!! Make sure you listen and do everything he says (tighten/tense your legs when he says to). Never skip a day, be dedicated if you want the results, I’m 30 years of age and this is the first workout I’ve done since about year 7 at high school, it works if you put in the work, good luck ��

  • I workout along to this video every time I workout and it gets easier with time but at first my tendons and knees were tweeting lol

  • I have a question for you what work outs should I do for my legs like everything on my legs BCs I wanna get ready for boxing I am tryin to get back in shape?

  • Awesome video fitness blender..! This really helped me a lot my hams were so weak and it problems me while playing football and now after 3 days doing these exercises two times a day just feeling no pain. Thank you

  • Thank you! You just showed me how I hurt my back I should have watched your video first and I would have learned how to do it the correct way! Great video now I’m going to see a doctor LOL

  • gud video…i would like to kw “is ther any excercise to increase the length of “SHIN” bone & nt the thigh etc only the shin bone excercise..if any,could u plz make video on tht..tht would be gr8

  • I needed this workout, back in my 20’s because my hammies were truly underdeveloped but now I am here, working my hammies (they’re not as underdeveloped now) the correct way.

    Where are you located, if you don’t mind me asking?

  • Much respect to you my brother. I have learned so much from you. And you also helped me get through injuries that nobody else was able to. Thank you and God Bless.

  • I like the prone leg curl exercise, but the following day i get knee pain (only in one of them). I see that one person mentioned in the comments to flex the hip of the resting leg. Tried that, didn’t help. Any suggestions how not to hurt the knee with this exercise?

  • I am a lifelong athlete and have had chronic hamstring strains and I have to say that proper posture, stretching (especially hip flexors) and this last exercise they did (Nordic curls) will go a long way in minimizing your injury. Thanks guys your videos are very helpful

  • I woke up this morning looking for videos and this one got me up outta my bed… good energy ������Motivational, Informational, easy to fallow ������������ Thank you ����

  • Love these, however, I have a question, sometimes I see bands above knees and yours are not above the knees. What’s the difference? Thank you for videos.

  • That’s intense! This workout really worked out for me! I can feel it so much that I pulled a hamstring at the end of this workout. But yes! Awesome I love it!

  • Excellent video. I am 68, lower back registering years of too much sitting, have started physiotherapy exercises at home and immediately they made a difference. Now learning some more about how important the hamstrings are. Going to get the aids you demonstrate using and try out your 5 exercises. Thank you! Oh, and I also appreciate that you don’t mess around with too much talking but whisk us through a clear presentation. Well done!