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Glute Drive Machine

Glute Drive Machine

MyoActive Glute Drive – The MyoActive Glute Drive is a commercial-rated plate-loaded gym machine designed for safe and effective execution of the hip thrust exercise to improve strength, speed, and power in the glute and hip muscles. Inspired by the increasing trend of glute exercises seen in various and dangerous executions in the gyms today, the MyoActive Glute Drive safely and smartly isolates your glutes, building power through a strong hip bridge motion, creating sexy glutes, improved hip and core stability. These benefits are universally desirable, important for a wide variety of sports and exercises, and are arguably the most important muscles for total athleticism.

Whether you are trying to build superhuman strength like the pioneer of the modern-day hip thrust Bret Contreras, or you are just trying to shape and tone your glutes, the MyoActive Glute Drive delivers results. The plate loaded hip thruster machine is easy to set up, easy to get into because of its industrial grade seat belt, and safe on the back because of an articulating back pad that supports the entire length of the spine and promotes a proper hip hinging motion. With a small footprint, compatibility with Olympic weight plates and resistance bands, and ability to be used by exercisers of any age or fitness level, this “butt blaster” machine is a game changer. It will quickly and easily become the most used piece of equipment in any gym.

What are the benefits of the MyoActive Glute Drive vs. traditional hip thrust exercise? –
The hip thrust is the exercise that everyone is doing (or should be doing) in gyms today, and has rapidly become the hottest social media trend in fitness. The glutes are the most powerful muscles in your body, designed to extend the hip and pull the leg behind the body. If your glutes are underdeveloped, your strength, power, and speed are all compromised for sports performance and functional movement. The barbell hip thrust exercise is performed using a low bench, or alternatively from the floor (known as the barbell glute bridge exercise).

The exerciser will place a Olympic bar loaded with weight plates directly on the upper thigh, directly below the pelvic region. To help relieve the pressure from the barbell, a towel or foam squat pad is commonly used across the lap. Performing the hip thrust exercise can be tricky, since the exerciser has to get under a loaded bar, maneuver it into position, and then control the weight during the course of the exercise.

The exercise itself can be limited in workload potential depending on how much weight the exerciser can not only control, but withstand from feeling crushed beneath the load. And, the hip thrust exercise not only ties up an Olympic bar and bench from use by other gym members, but also takes up a ton of space during execution. The MyoActive Glute Drive gives you the full benefits of the hip thrust exercise, simply, safely, and with good form.

The machine is designed to promote good biomechanics and a balanced weight curve. A comfortable padded belt secures the user to the back pad which supports the full length of the spine for added safety. Users can load up to five 20kg Olympic plates on each side, which gives the machine a max weight load of 200kg. Best of all, the Glute Drive contains the exercise within a compact, safe zone, and even allows weight plate storage for convenience and organization with the optional rear storage rack.

MyoActive Glute Bridge
Hip Thrust Machine

MyoActive Glute Drive Benefits:
Proper biomechanics
Optimal load curve
Full range of motion
Full glute engagement
Full spinal support
Essential for total athleticism
Frees up benches and barbells for other gym members


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Physiotherapy Vermont South

What is physiotherapy?

What is physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy helps to restore movement and function throughout your life. This includes times when
patients are affected by injury, disability or when not functioning at optimal performance, whether during
sport or sitting at the desk for work.

More importantly as a profession, physiotherapy uses assessment, diagnosis to provide a comprehensive
treatment plan, that helps to not only treat the presenting injury or issue, but PREVENT the re-occurrence of
future disability or injury.

The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA, 2022), state that physiotherapists “help improve quality of life,
to get the most out of life”. As first contact practitioners, similarly to Myotherapy & Osteopathy, you don’t
need a referral form the doctor to see a physiotherapists. However most often, physiotherapist work with
other allied health professionals and medical practitioners to achieve the greatest outcome for patients as a

How physiotherapist treat?

Physiotherapists or “physio’s” use a wide range of modalities to help treat conditions. This includes;
– exercise programs to guide mobility, strength and stability – including pilates.
– mobilisation of joins to help aid with pain tolerance and stiffness
– soft tissue work including massage, dry needling.
– neurological muscle re-education and activation following neurological deficits.

As a degree qualified profession via the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), similar to
myotherapists and osteopaths, physiotherapist use the latest and reviewed evidence based practice to assess,
diagnose and treat issues. This keeps the latest and most relevant treatment techniques at the forefront of
physiotherapy at MyoActive.

what is physiotherapy?
what is physiotherapy?

Types of physiotherapists?

Physiotherapist treat a wide range of areas of health. This includes musculoskeletal and sports, pain science,
women’s & men’s pelvic health, occupational health and safety, hydrotherapy and aquatic, rehabilitation
pilates, neurological and cardiorespiratory.

This makes physiotherapists able to treat people from all age groups and for a wide range of conditions.
Physiotherapists may also be found in private practice, disability sector or the public health hospital space,
who all liaise together to ensure a return to function pre-injury, for example after surgery.

Physiotherapy at MyoActive?

At MyoActive, the physiotherapy team will always listen to the whole picture, gain a clear understanding of
your issues and use a range of hands on treatments and exercise programs tailored specifically to your needs.
Uniquely the gym space provided, with the latest equipment, provides an area for rehabilitative programs to
be completed, whilst gaining real time feedback from a physio, that can help improve range of motion,
stability, strength and control.

Physiotherapy will continue to always be about putting the patients’ needs and wants first in order to improve
their movement, function and therefore life. We tailor all our treatment plans to match your goals, of all
shapes and sizes.

Book and visit MyoActive today, to see Terry the physiotherapist today.



Osteopathy Box Hill

What Is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy consultations begin with a thorough case history & movement analysis. In order to know where to go we must appreciate & understand where the individual is currently at. Education is a vital component of our treatment approach. We educate you on what has caused this change in the body and from there can create a roadmap to ensure you can return to the activities you enjoy the most.