Does thrusting my hip forward when performing a squat increase glute recruitment?
No! In fact, thrusting the hips forward is a good way to injure your back.
Thrusting the hips forward when performing a squat places enormous stress on the spine and does not increase glute activation.
From the bottom position of a squat, drive through your heels to the top position and this will increase flute activation without stressing the spine.
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