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The buttocks are the part that everyone is concerned about and wants to train, and many people hope to improve their flat buttocks through acquired exercise. The hip training has unarmed and equipment exercise, compared to unarmed training, equipment exercise is much stronger. So what do you know about hip training equipment? Let's go to the fitness equipment to see it!
Treadmill, also known as "mountain climber", is designed according to our daily life in the movement of climbing stairs. It mainly exercises the buttocks and legs, just from the treadmill, you will often feel a slight soreness in the buttocks and thighs, which means that your training has an effect. The treadmill exercise use is very simple, just step on the pedals to alternate feet twice, the machine will automatically display. Then you can enter the resistance value according to the training purpose. If you only want to lose fat, you can adjust the resistance to 8-12. time to maintain at 30-40 minutes will achieve good fat loss effect.
Hip extension trainer
The Glute Extension Exerciser features a superior biomechanical design that allows users to target their workouts and provide a unique fitness experience. The elbow pads, handles and large bottom platform keep the user stable while exercising for a smooth, consistent and accurate workout. Choose the right counterweight, adjust the position of the round sponge and armrests, hand holding one side, the leg will swing the round sponge back, this practice is very effective for lifting the buttocks.
It is important to burn off excess fat and eliminate it in order to build up your buttocks. The beauty of the treadmill is that you can use interval training to improve the efficiency of your workout. Sprinting activates almost every muscle in the hamstrings group, so it is one of the most efficient pieces of fitness equipment for burning calories.
The squat rack is the best equipment for exercising your glute muscles, and squats are the best way to get a workout for your back. The correct squatting position is to keep your feet parallel and shoulder-width apart, then look ahead and rise slowly with your legs and hips powered up. If you are new to squatting, it is recommended to use a deep squat rack, which can effectively protect you.