26 August 2016
The best exercise for the buttocks
Summer is over, but any season is a good time to work on your abs and glutes, right? The majority of men admit that beautiful ass is still more important than big breasts. So, do not sit on the ground and begins to train his hard loin! Even if you are the happy owner of a thin build, it does not mean that you can relax and play sports. Beautiful shape of the buttocks, generally not depend on the amount of fat in the body and the shape of muscles, and this requires an active workout.
For priests “as a nut” should build on the buttocks cloth to avoid “syndrome flat backside”, but it should consist of muscle rather than from fat. First of all, in your program you must enable power and cardio. Strength training will add curves and priests to build muscle and cardio will burn calories and reduce body fat. Remember that girl’s best friend – it squats, lunges, jumps and all their varieties.
High-speed training can cause injury if you progress too rapidly. Start off with light weights and progress slowly. Also, incorporate all the elements of a healthy lifestyle that promote physical fitness, including healthy diet, stress management, adequate sleep, and a sensible exercise program that doesn’t promote overtraining.
Catching up at least 3 times a week for half an hour, you will be guaranteed the most beautiful ass on the beach!
Stand with your feet hip-width apart and your weight on your heels. Keeping your abs tight and your shoulders squarely over your hips, sit back and down as if you were going to sit on a bench. Keep your back straight. Then stand up, straightening your legs, and repeat.
Weighted squats are more effective to make beautiful ass.
Walking Lunges With Dumbbells
Step forward with your left leg and try to touch the ground with your right knee. Make sure to keep your left knee behind the ankle. Then, repeat with the other leg. Make sure you are walking in a completely straight line and that your knees are always facing forward. Focus the weight on your front leg (heel).
Lie on the floor with a flat back and knees bent. Legs should be about one foot apart. Thrust your hips up and push through heels. Pause at the top and squeeze glutes. Return to starting position.
On all fours and with your knees bent, push your leg out horizontally (leg still bent). Return leg to starting position. Make sure the leg is in line with the body and that you are not shifting your weight to one side.
A jump rope routine combined with a healthy diet can make a good combination for those who want to lose weight.