Just a quick post to share a great article by one of the guys I try to emulate in the training world, Mike Robertson, of iFast / Robertson Training Systems. Mike is such a no-nonsense, "here's exactly why we do this" kind of guy, and one of the best coaches I've ever had the pleasure of working with. I've often called Mike "one of the smartest bros I know" when it comes to training, and this is just another example of why.
We already use some of these movements in our training at The BTG (due in no small part to Mike's past influence), but will be incorporating some more of them in the future.
For those of you who don't train with us (WHY NOT? Get in touch to get started ASAP!), the article is a good resource for adding a bit more depth to your glute training. I'd highly recommend checking out the other articles on Mike's site if you want to improve your knowledge in any area of training.