Hip replacement is a valuable addition to your exercise routine, allowing you to build stronger gluteal muscles. Are you sure you are doing the exercise correctly?
Do not settle for anything else with this movement. Perfect shape – especially because it's such a simple and essential exercise that can serve as a central element of your workout plan. Let Men's Health Fitness Director Ebenezer Samuel, C.S.C.S. and Associate Fitness Editor Brett Williams guides you through the intricacies of exercise, saving you from the bad habits that keep you from achieving your fitness potential.
Before you slip under a barbell and start bumping, you should note that it is extremely important to pay attention to the movement here. Your positioning is important to ensuring that you get the most out of the exercise ̵
Eb says: You will see many people who use dumbbells to perform hip thumps, and you can certainly use a barbell with weight for hip strokes But it's not your best option if you have smaller rods such as EZ-Curl rods or non-Olympic barbells.
Your mental focus during the hip-joint should be to aggressively push your hips up with Glutekraft alone, and the long levers of a barbell take that focus off balance the bar with your arms and you can not just focus on creating a glute contraction.
Eb says:  When you position yourself for the hello P thrust, find something in front of you and a few meters above your head to look at it, and do not let your eyes go, even if you have the hips have finished.
Yes, that means you stop the hip when your head and neck are no longer in a neutral position with your upper body. In most exercises, we do not want you to do this. That's okay with hip joints. Focusing your head forward helps to take your lower back out of the equation, exactly what you want to do.