The hamstring slide is a bodyweight exercise targeting the hamstrings. Lying supine on a smooth surface, you bend your knees to pull both heels toward you. The sliding action requires a pad, cloth, or furniture sliders under the heel. These are considered more difficult than exercise ball hamstring curls, and are a great primer movement before heavy squats or deadlifts, or as an accessory movement later in a lower-body workout.
Builds and strengthens the hamstrings
Trains knee flexion function of hamstrings
Great high-rep burnout movement or primer before strenght training