Not Using Appropriate Weight Loads
Most newbies working out and prepping for a Bikini contest are simply robbing themselves of quality lower body and glute training by NOT using enough poundage. They are plagued by the fear of "heavy weight training builds bulk," when NOTHING could be more wrong.
Let me make it CLEAR right now that muscle is not bulky. Muscle is lean, firm and tight. Fat, on the other hand, is bulky and squishy. There is absolutely no way possible that you will get bulky by working out with moderate to heavy poundage when training to build LEAN muscle tissue.
According to Katie Lobliner & Derek Charlebois B.S. CPT at simplyshredded, "Unless you are on exogenous testosterone or other anabolic steroids, you will not become big and bulky from lifting weights." If you do get bulky by just working out, please send me a personal e-mail because we will have you featured on Ripley's Believe It Or Not!
Any Bikini competitor who has done a sexy sashay across the stage sporting her well-built butt knows all too well that to build Great Glutes you have to build your butt muscles with appropriate weight loads.
You can't skirt by with doing one or two sets of squats and think you are good-to-go. No way, sister. You really have to get in, get enough compound sets in for the appropriate reps to make any noticeable changes.
But, what you really need to understand is that using appropriate weight loads will not only build that round butt that you want, but it will also jack-up your metabolism. This is the most naturally anabolic effect you can get, all they while keeping your sexy femininity! It's the most amazing process.
Look at your current lower body training program. If you aren't getting sore and if you aren't getting results, those are clear signs that it's not working for you and a clear sign you need a training program change.
No Worries... There is a very effective training program for upper and lower body (including glutes) so you can build a sexy Bikini body that's stage worthy... It's found on the Next Page.