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Molly Galbraith on Mastering the Hinge

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UPDATED: Aug 25, 2020

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Molly Galbraith from Girls Gone Strong is here to talk to our community about mastering the hinge. To start off her Mastering the Basics series, Molly gave us the inside scoop on Mastering the Squat.

Next up is the hinge, which can be a tricky exercise to complete with the correct form. There are several points that are key to performing the hinge correctly.

Keys to success:

  • Reach butt back
  • Knees straight or slightly bent
  • Back stays flat

Check out Molly’s video below to master the hinge!

A good way to check your form would be to perform this exercise in front of a mirror or record yourself to find out exactly what you need to work on.

If you’re looking for extra motivation or want to know which workouts Molly Galbraith is logging, check out her profile page on! You can also find her on Facebook and on Twitter!

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