This is Lisa Thiel, and I'm going to show you a couple of ways to alleviate sore glutes after a deadlift. Glutes are one of the largest muscle groups in the body so when they are sore you know it and they effect everything from sitting to walking up and down stairs and today we're going to go over a couple of ways that you can loosen the muscles and flush out the soreness. One of the best ways to flush out soreness from your glutes is to use a grid for trigger point therapy or you could also use a large PVC pipe. You want something that's firm and that you can roll around and put your bodyweight on. So you're going to place this right underneath the pocket, pretend like you have pockets on from your jeans, you're going to place it right on the bottom part of your pocket, sit down and move from the lower part of your glute up to your hip until you loosen and flush that area. A great way to loosen your glutes and work out some of the soreness after a deadlift workout is something I call the Pigeon Stretch. You're going to step into a lunge, work your hands down towards the floor and then slowly push this knee or work this knee towards the ground. Depending on your flexibility, you may end up somewhere up here. If you can move it all the way down to the floor, just make sure that your hips are over your foot, lean into that front foot, you're going to feel it on the outside of your leg or your glutes. Make sure that you are breathing and hold for 20 to 30 seconds.