Pullthroughs are an excellent lower body movement that works on the posterior chain (glutes and hamstrings) and is very knee-friendly (which makes it a good option if your knees are garbage).
However, whether you perform these with bands or pulleys, you typically have to hold on to something with your hands.
This can lead to increases in low back pain, a loss of neutral spine position, and a general tendency to pull with the arms instead of holding on with the arms and moving through the hips.
If only there was a way around this predicament.
Oh wait. There is.
We can use a strap around the hips to perform the movement instead of another attachment.
The added benefits include:
improved overall spinal position
assistance sitting back into the hip hinge due to placement of the strap
optimal placement for resistance in front of the hips instead of going through the upper body
Without further ado.