I started posting band burnouts in 2014, but when my buddy Cem had me do a 2-3 minute burnout when we were training together in my Phoenix garage, I knew these mini-workouts would be effective in helping me grow my clients' upper glutes.
Now I'm seeing them all over the place lately, which is nice, but they're not being performed optimally. You don't want to do five straight abduction movements, for example. That's cardio for the upper glutes and it doesn't build muscle effectively. Ideally, you want to alternate between different types of hip abduction movements and hip extension movements.
In this video, I explain my evolving burnout system and include a demonstration with my client Grace.