Isolated Glutes VS Leg Day
When I first started hitting the gym many moons ago I LOVED leg day. This was before having a bigger booty was the goal and I was dedicated to having nice toned legs. It wasn’t until I met my now good friend Ashley who was a bikini competitor at the time. Her butt was (and still is) nothing short of phenomenal.
I wanted that butt. Naturally.
So I started doing more glute targetting workouts. This meant less standard squats that I cherished and more donkey kicks, sumo squats, abductor/adductor, etc.
Everyone knows that growing your glutes takes longer than any other muscle group because your glutes are your biggest muscle. There are 3 sections to your glutes: maximus, medius, and minimus.
To tone and lift your rear end, you need to target all 3 gluteal groups to create a balanced glute workout and get the overall best results for your efforts.
Get my personal glute workout below!
Isolated Glute Workout < download PDF
Tips to get the most out of your glute workout
- Squeeze your glutes at the ‘”top” of the move
- When squatting, go as deep to the floor as you can
- Mix heavy weights and low reps with low weights and high reps
- Change up your routine every now and then
- Do 20-30 minutes of cardio before or after your workout