Running For Glute Growth, High-Intensity Muscle Building Exercise Guide Launch

Fitness Fahrenheit’s new guide provides an answer to one of the common questions most people have about running: “Does running make your butt bigger?” while outlining specific workout plans for individuals who want to achieve a well-sculpted backside.

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In its latest report, Fitness Fahrenheit points out that the type of running an individual does will determine whether they achieve a bigger buttock or not. Long-distance running and consistent short sprints affect the buttock muscles differently, the guide notes.

The buttock muscles, as Fitness Fahrenheit explained, consist of two muscle groups: ‘Type I’ muscle fibers and Type II muscle fibers. ‘Type I’ or slow-twitch, muscle fibers are fatigue-resistant, smaller muscles that create nicely toned buttocks that work well for long-distance endurance running.

In contrast to ‘Type I’ muscle fibers, Type II or fast-twitch muscle fibers form much more muscular buttocks and are recruited during activities that require short bursts of energy, such as sprints.

For those looking to build the size of their glutes and make their buttocks bigger, the guide recommends high-intensity exercises like sprinting. These rigorous physical activities increase the levels of anabolic hormones, which support muscle building.

Fitness Fahrenheit’s guide also features a workout routine to help readers make the most of their sprints. The workout plan involves alternating between moments of high-energy bursts – in this instance, sprinting – and a recovery period.

For optimal results, readers can begin with around 50% effort and progressively increase their effort level, interspersed with a fast walk or slow jog for approximately one to two minutes.

The guide recommends doing the suggested exercise three times a week and, where possible, running outdoors instead of on a treadmill.

“If you’re looking to make the most out of your sprints and those wonderful glutes, then you’ll want to be sure that you’re doing the right things to get those muscles growing,” a spokesperson for the site states. “Sprinting can activate those butt muscles that cause those round, peachy bums.”

Interested parties can read the full glutes-boosting guide at

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