I've been noticing an increasing amount of making all these injury prevention / small type exercises into massive ME Movements.
Glute Bridges with 405 lbs
His form is bang on the dot and he's not just doing 1-2 reps but a whole set of 10. So yes, given that, this is adequate. What I find interesting is that an exercise like this which is really not meant to be taken so seriously and done balls to the wall, has been given SO much attention in recent times.
I believe Bret Contreras has even prescribed a "Rest-pause" method for doing this exercise.
At first, the rage was Glute Ham Raises. Now, it's time for Glute Bridges.
These injury prevention or activation exercises should not be given so much attention and trained this aggressively. I also believe that a lot of these people are convinced that doing Squats and Deadlifts for multiple sets and wave loading or generally large "volume" is bad for them….but doing these injury prevention and pseudo-isolation type exercises for crazy intensity and volume is "safe".
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