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2008/05/11 02:11:50 (permalink)

butt

hi
could someone please tell me when doing squats for butt is it better to do low reps heavy weights if i want a bigger butt.
thks
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    OoOGazOoO
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    RE: butt 2008/05/11 09:23:51 (permalink)
    It depends.

    Some people prefer to include 20 reppers in their routines, others wish to keep the reps lower, i.e. 6-10 reps for squats.

    See what works for you.
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    RE: butt 2008/05/11 10:19:21 (permalink)
    Deeper squats will work the glute muscles more.
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    RE: butt 2008/05/11 11:41:45 (permalink)
    thks guys,

    is it better to push butt out or straight up and down as almost sitting, feet together or apart?

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    RE: butt 2008/05/11 11:44:19 (permalink)
    You can vary your stance.

    Some prefer wider stance, some narrower stance.

    Stick your backside out, chest out, look straight forward.
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    RE: butt 2008/05/11 11:51:00 (permalink)
    tks ooogaz

    getting off my butt right now and will give it a go pushing out opposed to straight up and down..

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