Originally Posted by w1cked
This is absolutely brotastic but i never felt hams work during back extensions till i really nailed doing good mornings, rdls, and hammer seated leg curls to develop a really strong "mind muscle connection". Actually come to think of it,, learning how to pose actually really let me nail working muscles in a ton of movements.
Regardless, if back extensions are hurting my knees, then I may have to choose something else. Unless I'm doing something wrong.
I tried single leg RDLs today with light weight and those actually felt pretty good. Less low back involvement than regular RDLs, and I could really feel it in my glutes/hamstrings.