• Gluteus maximus
  • Gluteus medius

The largest muscle in the buttock area (M. gluteus maximus) is responsible for an upright gait as well as for adduction and abduction of the leg. Sedentary activity increases the pressure on the entire area, which can lead to pain and muscle shortening.


Standard Exercise

Place the MONOBALL under the gluteus. Put one leg over the other’s knee to build up more pressure. Be careful about the buttocks and solve your trigger points.

Variant for gluteus medius

Put yourself slightly turned on the MONOBALL and relieve the pressure with the passive leg. Carefully roll across the buttock muscle and release your trigger points. Re-balance your weight to increase or decrease the pressure when needed.

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