For most of us ordinary citizens, having non-objectionable buttocks, that we can hide, is acceptable.
Having nice looking buttocks is admirable and if you are young, a major asset.
For Fitness and Instagram Models, having beautiful glutes is a must.
Bakhar Nabieva should know.
She has a body that resembles perfection and that includes her glutes.
Many women are terrified by the idea of lifting weights because it could make them look more masculine, bulky or fat. They still love running and fitness though.
Balance is the key.
If we take a look at Bakhar, her beautiful face, perfect figure and world-class quads, she provides a great incentive to work your glutes.
Originally from Azerbaijan, she posted her first beautiful picture to Instagram in 2015, and now at just 24 years of age she has almost 2 million followers on the platform.
Azerbaijan, the nation and former Soviet republic, is bounded by the Caspian Sea and Caucasus Mountains, which span Asia and Europe. Its capital, Baku, is famed for its medieval walled Inner City.
There are no boundaries on Bakhar and we are so glad of that. Fitness wise, the walls are down and the online views are up.
She takes her craft seriously.
She began studying bodybuilding magazines and lifting weights and experimenting with nutrition ideas and products. It was inevitable that she found out what worked for her and allowed her to build the powerful legs and strong frame that today, we all know and love very much.
The informative site phactual.com provides us with some insight on her views, “One of the main questions that Bakhar Nabieva gets asked is when is she going to become a bodybuilder.
She clearly has the foundation and attitude to become one of the greats. However, she doesn’t feel the need to put herself through something like that. Bakhar has said in interviews the main turn off for her when it comes to bodybuilding is not the working out – but the diet. It’s too strict. She prefers to eat what she likes and enjoy herself.
Instead, she competes in Bikini fitness competitions. These don’t demand an extremely low body fat and her body can still get the admiration it deserves.”
Makes perfect sense. Balance, balance and more balance. A woman in great shape, with some muscle tone but still looks feminine is ideal.
Her diet is one of balance as well. Like many of us, our beauty enjoys meat, eggs and when she wants to treat herself, she loves cake. All of this provides her with substantial protein and the necessary nutrients for her workouts.
During her workouts Bakhar concentrates on her glutes, hamstrings and quads.
These are the muscle groups that she enjoys and has sculpted to the epitome of beauty. She also enjoys squats, leg presses and leg extensions. In terms of her hamstrings, she does a lot of isolation exercises.
When it comes to working out, we all need some inspiration and hers often comes from Brazilian models who proliferate the Fitness Beauty and Instagram landscape.
Imitation is the highest form of flattery and our gorgeous girl has much to be flattered by.
Wouldn’t you agree?
We’re going to continue to focus on the glutes and we have a visiting speaker with such knowledgeable experience.
Exercises and Workouts – Putting the Spotlight on Glute Raises!
By Beverly H. Piepers
If you want to shape up your glute muscles, glute raises are the route to go. Many people overlook isolation exercises for this muscle group because they are focusing instead on moves like squats, lunges, and deadlifts. And, while there is nothing wrong with those moves at all, the issue is the hamstrings and quads will primarily come into play, taking much of the emphasis away from the glute muscles.
The good news, however, is with glute raises, you can change that. It’s important to be focusing on glute raises because with more and more of us living sedentary lifestyles, this muscle starts to grow weaker and weaker. As this weakness continues, it can lead to problems such as lower back pain as well as knee issues.
Let’s look at glute raises – how to do them properly and the variations you might perform…
- The Glute Raise. To do this raise, you will want to position yourself directly in front of a flat bench so you can lean you upper back against the bench. Your feet should then be placed on the floor, knees bent.
Once in this position, lean back and put your arms on either side of the bench and then begin to squeeze the glutes as you push up through the exercise until your hips are parallel with the rest of your body.
Pause here and then lower back down to complete the rep.
- Variations On The Glute Raise. Once this basic variation of the glut raise becomes too comfortable, you can add advanced versions to the mix…
- try a one-leg glute raise. This time, lift one leg up and cross it over the other. Now press up, squeezing through the glutes as you rise to complete the movement.
- alternatively, if you want to get some weight involved, you can now place a barbell across your hips and do your raises in that manner, or you can just place a plate weight in the same position, pressing up as you execute the movement pattern.
- Adding Glute Raises To Your Workout Program. As these raises will fully fatigue your glutes, they are best done towards the end of your workout program. Perform them after you have done your heavy sets of squats, deadlifts, or any the other main compound lower body exercises you need to do.
The glutes will act as stabilizers for those exercises, so the last thing you want to do is fatigue them prematurely.
Next time you’re in the gym, make sure you consider getting these isolation exercises into the picture.
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