￼More often than not, we fail to activate their glutes correctly, if at all.
Mostly because of excessive sitting and inactivity, which lengthens and loosens the muscles along our posterior chain /back side.
When these muscles become lax, so does our ability to maintain good posture.
The hip flexors tighten, pulling our upper body and shoulders forward which can equal low back and neck pain, sciatica pain etc.
Studies have even shown that strengthening glute muscles helps improve posture thus helping to decrease not only back and neck pain but leg and knee pain as well!
Here are 10 excellent ￼￼￼glute activation exercises that you may already be doing. https://yurielkaim.com/best-glute-activation-exercises/