Seated Good Mornings Video Guide3.9 5 10
- Glutes, Hamstrings
- Seated good mornings are an isolation exercise that hits the lower back and uses the glutes and hamstrings as secondary muscles. Set up for the exercise by placing a barbell across the back of your shoulders. The bar shoulder rest on the trap muscles - not the back of the neck.
- Sit down on the end of a flat bench with your knees and feet together.
- Execute the exercise by slowly bending forward while keeping your back straight, head up, and eyes looking straight out in front of you.
- Lower yourself down until your chest almost hits your knees.
- Do not pause at the bottom of the exercise, and immediately start raising to the start position.
- Repeat for desired reps.
- Keep your back straight throughout the set.