Gluteus Medius is the primary muscle responsible for stabilizing the interactions between the thigh bone (femur) and hip. When we sit for long periods of time this muscle becomes inhibited, not doing its job of stabilizing the hip and as a result the body compensates by activating the lower back and hamstrings. This creates low back pain, dysfunctional movements and FLAT BOOTIES! Let's get up and stabilize and having a nice butt as a side effect doesn't suck...

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