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2/21/2006 5:30:11 PM -
Good morning - broomstick

































Good Morning - Broom Stick

Category: Supplemental

Muscles Targeted: Lower Back, Glutes and Hamstrings


We are placing this here to show you all that you can still do good mornings if you suck so bar you can't use the bar. Everyone needs to start somewhere.

This is one of the best exercises to develop your low back, glutes and hamstrings. To perform a good morning begin by placing the bar on your back in about the same position as you would a squat. The first thing to move during a good morning should be your hips. With a very slight bend in your knees, push your hips back and begin the descent. You should maintain a good arch in your lower back and keep your head up. Continue until your low back is about parallel to the floor and raise back up. You can use a wide, medium or close stance when doing a good morning.




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Jim Wendler


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