The supinated hip extension is a killer hamstring move...more hamstring intensive than the squat. I think the one-legged pelvic thrust is probably a bit closer.....let me see if I can find a linky
Ahh no. Well. its kind of a bridge with your feet on a step and one foot straight in the air then raise and lower your pelvis. Think of hammering a nail into the ceiling with the heel of the upright leg.
Without the ball I would probably just do planks. Its the unstableness that makes it a different exercise.
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