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    My buttocks are really fat! Are there any exercises I can do to decrease fat and tone my buttocks?

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    Someone please reply.

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    • #3
      Fat burning is the most important thing here. Walking, even on a treadmill, will do more toward getting that area in shape without bulking it up. The idea is to work the actual areas, so lots of reps, little resistance.

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      • #4
        From Coach

        Depends on age. How old are you???
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        • #5
          Leg Press and squats will help you build up your glute muscles, but you've gotta do aerobic and watch your diet to cut down the fat. Even with all the fancy new machines, I don't think that anything beats running. I prefer to bike when I can because it's more fun for me, but running is best if you can be disciplined and stay with it.
          "I throw him four wide ones, then try to pick him off first base." - Preacher Roe on pitching to Musial

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Jake Patterson
            Depends on age. How old are you???
            I'm thirteen.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by hellborn
              Leg Press and squats will help you build up your glute muscles, but you've gotta do aerobic and watch your diet to cut down the fat. Even with all the fancy new machines, I don't think that anything beats running. I prefer to bike when I can because it's more fun for me, but running is best if you can be disciplined and stay with it.
              Is an exercise bike ok? And how long should I do cardio everyday?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by RottenGazebo
                Is an exercise bike ok? And how long should I do cardio everyday?
                Exercise bike is OK, probably not as effective as running, but still a good aerobic exercise. Cardio work involves working at a moderate intensity for a long period of time, so I'd think that you should do at least half an hour...an hour would be even better.
                The only bad thing about an exercise bike is that you can really slack off while still thinking that you're working hard, like if you set the bike to low resistance and don't pedal very fast. If you're actually running or riding a bike on the road, you've got to maintain a reasonable effort just to keep going.
                Not to sound like a stalker, but in what part of the country do you live? Can you exercise outside during the winter? If you live in the snow belt, cross country skiing is a tremendous cardio workout...I'd recommend that highly.
                "I throw him four wide ones, then try to pick him off first base." - Preacher Roe on pitching to Musial

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                • #9
                  Walking uphill or even better a steep hill will definitely do the trick on this one. You don't have to overdo the weights on this.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by hellborn
                    Exercise bike is OK, probably not as effective as running, but still a good aerobic exercise. Cardio work involves working at a moderate intensity for a long period of time, so I'd think that you should do at least half an hour...an hour would be even better.
                    The only bad thing about an exercise bike is that you can really slack off while still thinking that you're working hard, like if you set the bike to low resistance and don't pedal very fast. If you're actually running or riding a bike on the road, you've got to maintain a reasonable effort just to keep going.
                    Not to sound like a stalker, but in what part of the country do you live? Can you exercise outside during the winter? If you live in the snow belt, cross country skiing is a tremendous cardio workout...I'd recommend that highly.
                    I live in Michigan.

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                    • #11
                      fast walk, run, leg presses, and lunges....and cut out the fastfood

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Sultan_1895-1948
                        fast walk, run, leg presses, and lunges....and cut out the fastfood
                        Pre-exhaust your back then do hyper extension to failure for high reps.

                        Stiff legged dead lifts are also good.

                        If you are only 13, I would wait a couple more years though.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Joltin' Joe
                          Pre-exhaust your back then do hyper extension to failure for high reps.

                          Stiff legged dead lifts are also good.

                          If you are only 13, I would wait a couple more years though.
                          I'm 14 now.

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                          • #14
                            run, run and run

                            I'm with hellborn. You can't beat running for butt development. For that matter, you can't beat running for aerobic conditioning.

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                            • #15
                              Is strengthening the buttocks necessary for baseball?

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