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By Chris Wright

Chris has spent many years working and teaching in the IT field. He enjoys spending time outdoors and learning about new topics. He likes playing golf, spending time at the beach and working on classic cars and woodworking projects.

13 thoughts on “Round Butt Leg Workout Routine”
  1. It’s beautiful to have knowledge of the body and how it works. LOVE YOUR ENERGY keep motivating queen (goddess) knowledge is power health is wealth

  2. I do heavy squats, it effects my back when I’m done days after…I don’t really know how to alleviate it, my knees and just over all legs are sore. I don’t really know how to fix it. Any advice? Would decreasing the weight help?

  3. I’m a big believer in periodization with training for this reason: you can’t be 100% on point, max energy, all the time. Your body goes through natural periods of needing rest and recovery.

  4. Heeey, where’s our kiss at the end? Magda Civil did a video on squats recently and I commented how I’ve stopped doing squats because squats simply make my butt bigger. I am a man, btw. Coincidentally, I did legs earlier today–presses, curls, extensions, calf raises. I don’t even squat lightly. Yes, I’ve had women comment over the years about me having “a nice round juicy butt” (comment from female employees at PF). My suits appear a little strange with that bump sticking out the back. Anyway, great vid as usual. I can attest squats WILL grow glutes. Wish everyone the best in training safely. *blows a kiss*

  5. This is so amazing and helpful. Your calves look great. Any advice on growing those at home? Thanks

  6. Wow, Toni is Back, Nice Bun, You have a great Routine, and you seem to never overdo it, keep fit.

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