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Question: Four Different workout that target hamstrings while standing up

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1. Standing Hamstring Curls: To perform this exercise, stand with your feet hip-width apart and arms by your sides or on your hips for balance. Bend your right knee, raising your right foot behind you toward your glutes. Lower your foot back down to the ground, straightening your leg. Repeat this for the desired number of reps, and then switch to the left leg. 2. Good Mornings: Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and place your hands on your hips or behind your head. Ensure your back is straight, engage your core, and slightly bend your knees. Hinge forward at the hips, maintaining a straight back, until your torso is parallel to the floor. Slowly return to the starting position, squeezing your glutes as you stand. 3. Single-leg Romanian Deadlifts: Begin by standing on your left foot, slightly bending your left knee, and lifting your right foot off the floor. Keep your back straight and hinge forward at the hips, extending your right leg behind you for balance. Lower your torso until it's almost parallel to the ground, then return to the starting position. Perform several repetitions on each leg. 4. Standing Hamstring Resistance Band Curls: Start by tying a resistance band to a secured anchor point, like a table leg, at a low height. Stand facing the anchor point and slip your right ankle into the loop of the resistance band. With your hands placed on your hips for balance, curl your right leg up towards your glutes by bending the knee. Hold for a moment before slowly releasing the leg back to the starting position. Perform the desired number of reps, then switch to the left leg.

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April 5, 2023, 6:22 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, April 5, 2023

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