Look, listen, I don't know your life, but I do know that you're probably spending way more time sitting these days—which, same. But I'm not here to sit shame you. Nah, this is a safe space. Instead, I'd like to kindly call your attention to those gorgeous, hard-working muscles you only see in the mirror, I'm talking about your glutes. Allow me to get into a quick human anatomy lesson: Your glutes are made up of three muscles: The gluteus maximus the round part of your butt , gluteus medius your side butt , and gluteus minimus le under butt. Together they help you stand, lean backward, do a plank, squat, walk, and other really important things, says Charlee Atkins , C.
7 Easy Ways to Stretch Tight Glutes
How to Stretch Glutes: 7 Ways to Ease Tightness and Tension
For beginners, the best way you can stretch your anus is to go slowly and use a beginners set to really build up to the size of the real thing. In a word, yes. Stretching not only prevents any potential tears that could require medical attention, but will also ensure that taking the real thing is more enjoyable for both of you. Stretching regularly will also ensure that your ass is getting used to the feeling and process of being stretched, and will no doubt be more welcoming after each stretching session. Your ass will naturally tighten again once a stretching session, which is totally fine. If you need to take a few days to have a break, then so be it.
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Lack of use from sitting all day and overuse from running too much can both lead to tight glutes. All your glutes really need is a little TLC. How to use this list: Runners can seriously decrease their risk of injury by including glute stretches 2 to 3 days per week, says Watson. Incorporate these stretches into your cross-training schedule or during a planned active recovery day.