There are many ways to increase your glottis at home. But exercise machines and fitness equipment can make your prey worse. The cable machine is a type of machine that helps you target a variety of muscles – especially, your glutes.
We’ve put together our favorite glute exercises with cables so you can stretch your glutes down.
Cable squats target your thighs, quads, and of course your glutes.
To sit on a cable machine, you need to bring the handlebar to the lowest possible setting. Extend your arms completely and walk 2-3 steps to pull the strings. Bend your knees and push your hips and hips back and sit down – make sure your body weight is in your heels and straight back. Your thighs should be parallel or just below the floor. Try maintaining this position for as long as you comfortably can. Stand in your original position and squeeze your glutes.
Pull Throughs Using Cable
Pull throughs hit your glutes and hamstrings.
Attach the rope handle to the lower setting of the machine. With the bone between both legs and a handle in each hand, facing away from the machine. To have enough space, go two steps further. Extend your arms, relax your spine, and bend your knees. Lean forward on your hips. Both cables and your hands pass through your legs and end behind you. In this pose, you should really feel your hamstring working. Use your glutes to bring yourself back to your original position and then give your glutes a strong push upwards.
Romanian Deadlifts Using Cable
This is one of the best glute exercises with cables that targets your glutes and hamstrings.
For Romanian deadlifts, attach the handlebar to the bottom of the plier machine. When you reach the handle, keep your hands shoulder-width apart. Get out of the bone again and stand up straight, with your feet on your hips and arms. Bend your hips back, lower your chest, and bring the handle back to the machine. Use your glutes and hamstrings so that you can pull yourself back and push your glutes back to the upright position.
Cable Squat Walkouts
They target your thighs, quadrants, and hips.
To squat the cable, you need to attach the handle to one of the lower options of the machine. Facing the machine and spreading your arms, take a few steps to the cable. Start with the tilted position and move six steps back and six steps forward. It is important to note that in order to get the best results, you must place all your weight in the heels of your legs and knees for this exercise.