Not seeing glute progress?

If you’re trying to build glutes and you aren’t seeing progress, it’s important to have a strategic plan to ensure consistent long-term progress. Results can come pretty quick to beginning lifters, but over time progress slows down and can even stall. 
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Progressive Overload is a very effective principle to follow when planning out your glute training. Progressive overload is increasing the physical demands (from exercise) on your body over time. This can be done through increasing the amount of weight you lift, increasing volume through sets/reps, or even decreasing the rest times between sets. 
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Another important aspect to maximize your glute training is technique. Most glute exercises involve other muscles working but often times there are technique variations you can implement to minimize involvement from additional muscles to better target the glutes. (All things I teach in my programming)
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You could be doing glute exercises, but easily performing them incorrectly, which can not only be unsafe, but can also severely limit glute involvement. 😩
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If you’re stuck on where to begin, want to grow your glutes, or you’ve hit a plateau, coaching is what you need. Inquire for coaching and we’ll schedule a phone consultation so that we can get to know each other, talk about your goals, and create a game plan so that I can help you reach those goals 😊📝

taylor summer