Build Powerful Glutes & Legs with Cherie

Glutes are the focus of a lot of women in the gym because, lets face it, they are a huge focus out of the gym. It is an innate human trait to be aesthetically drawn to physiques with a round and proportionate set of buns.

A tight set of glutes usually come with equally developed and aesthetic hamstrings and quadriceps which overall speaks volumes subconsciously of being athletic, strong, confident and sexy.

For Cherie, who is competing in the wellness division in 2020, its not all about glute development. "You still have to have the other leg muscles i.e the quads and hamstrings in proportion to the glutes as well as the shoulders, arms, back and a nice core to be competitive in the wellness division."

To accomplish well developed and balanced legs Cherie uses a wide variety of exercises.

"A lot of women who don't really know about the gym think that squats are the only and best way to build your legs. Change it up and use variety."

Cherie's full routine: 

Squats: 135 x 15 - warm up

4 sets x 185 x 12 reps

Squat machine: 4 sets x 12 reps

Leg press: 4 sets x 15 reps

Leg extension: 4 sets x 15-20 reps

Lying leg curl: 4 sets x 15 reps

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