Super Butt Workouts For Bigger and Rounder
Prevents injury and reduces pain
When you have some strong glutes it supports your lower back perfectly. But when they aren’t strong enough to perform their hip extension function, it can result in back pain and other health issues.
If the glutes aren’t doing their job then “helper” muscles will take over which weren’t made for that function.
Those “helper” muscles will become over-stressed which results in pain and coampression of your lumbar spine, knees and hips.
That’s why it’s very critical to engage in strength training regularly, even when you’re doing bodyweight workouts.
You’re athletic performance will improve significantly
In case you didn’t know, your glute is one of the most powerful muscles on your body and that can generate enormous amount of power.
This power can be translated into speed, acceleration, endurance and vertical jumps.
If you’re not training to be an athlete you should try to emulate that lifestyle as much as possible to maximize your body’s power.
Your bone density will increase
As you age your bone will start to deteriorate which could lead to osteoporosis.
But that process can be reversed by engaging in regular strength training. When you place mechanical stress on your bones they will adapt to the intensity and increase in strength.