Advanced Glute Training

 

Looking to switch up your glute training or don’t have time to do a full leg day? Check out these exercises to take your glute training up a notch👇
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Utilizing these supersets is a great way to target the glutes specifically and uses the pre-exhaust method to help them grow. By doing the isolation movement before the compound movement, it’ll allow you to feel the muscle more in the compound movement while also working it more since it’s already fatigued. However, it won’t take away completely from the second exercise because the glutes aren’t a prime mover in the second exercise.
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This works great with hip thrusts and supersetting them with back squats for the glutes. Also, the Romanian deadlift supersetted with reverse lunges is another good combo for this training strategy.
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Simply do the isolation movement for 15-20 reps and then move directly into the compound movement for 6-12 reps. Do this for 2-5 sets. Also, I’d start with less weight than usual for these movements because they’re supersetted and it’ll get too hard to use the weight you normally would.
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These two supersets could be done as a quick glute workout on it’s own or could be included in a larger leg day.
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