You might get tired of hearing about how much you need to develop your posterior chain, but your body certainly won’t be tired of the performance benefits you’ll get from actually following that advice.

Glute Hamstring Raises (known mostly as GHRs) fall into the training routine of all kinds of strength athletes. For good reason, too; an increase in force produced by the hamstrings, glutes, and low back all function for more stable and more powerful movement. There’s a reason NFL players and champion powerlifters don’t spend their time on leg extensions.

In this video, Clint Darden breaks down GHRs, one of the best exercises for the muscles of the posterior chain — and shows the cues you’re probably missing.