– Thrust (eg. barbel hip thrusts)
– Squat/lunge (squats, lunges, Bulgarian split squats)
– Hip hinge (deadlifts, romanian deadlifts)
– Abduction (cable/machine abduction)
Having a mix of these movements is important to grow a booty because you’ll properly hit the gluteus maximus, gluteus minimus, and gluteus minimus. Out of these 4, I’d recommend prioritizing the first 3 movement patterns because they allow the most for progressive overload.
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