A strong set of glutes is a must! Strong glutes improve posture, help us run faster, and most importantly make us look great in our blue jeans.
The good morning trains the entire posterior chain: low back, glutes, and hamstrings as well as strengthening the core all around. Disclaimer: this exercise is difficult to master and if done wrong can wreck the low back. Leave your ego at the door and start LIGHT! If you’re new to training I would suggest progressing like so: back extension first, RDL, and then good mornings after you have mastered the first two.
3-4 Sets of 5-15 Reps
Aside from the general health and aesthetic benefits the good morning can also help to increase your other lifts such as the deadlift and back squat!