Evidence is not an argument of truth, Its a logical predection, based on assumptions. Anyone claiming that a excercises is a game changer, is
making alot of assumptions based on a predection that is not logical.
One guys experience of an excercises is at best a case study…an is in not logical because of the size of the data material. An alot of assumptions are made when net picking that the perfomance enhancement was from this One excercises.
Its very fair to critise science, it full of flaws. But the reasonening process of the greAt benefits of the glute bridge, put forth so far, is at best a good story. Hopefully we Will have more knowledge of the matter in the future.
Many years of knowledge sharing of empirical Evidence from a very objektiv sport is great knowledge. Track and field, cycling, swimminng and so forth. Data to look carefully at, because its alot less reduktionistisk than most sciencific studies. But with a careful eye because of tradition and false Logic. I personally Think we are focusing on alot of stuff that might have very little impact, and missing out on important Stuff because of the complexity of things. Hopefully reasearch, debat and a most needed sharing of data, knowledge and know-how will provide knew insight.
If an excercises doesnt decrease perfomance or increase injuri risk dó Add it, maybe your lucky and respond well to it. Removing excercises that have proven themself for décades, like squats, because someone writes an article on the limits of squatting and the great benefits on single leg squatting is lack of understanding for the complexity of the art and science of track and field coaching. The same goes for glut bridges. If it fits the program do add them, we Will never learn if we never try, But please share your experience, keep some good data collecting and dont stop reflecting on the whys and whens.