Workout Shortcut For Strong & Shapely Glutes
The buttocks are composed of three different muscles that perform different functions. Here’s a brief overview of the anatomy of your glutes…
The largest of the three muscles is the gluteus maximus, more commonly known as your butt. It’s the muscle you use when you lift your leg behind you or rotate your thigh outward.
You can find this muscle on the outside surface of the pelvic area. This muscle creates part of your “hip” area, and is partially covered by the gluteus maximus. The gluteus medius helps you walk, because it provides rotation of the thigh outward from the center of the body.
The smallest of the three muscles, the gluteus minimus is found underneath the gluteus medius. It comprises part of the “hip,” and its main purposes are to stabilize and abduct the hips,as well as rotate the thigh inward.
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