Amanda Latona Shows How She Gets Those Glutes Bodybuilding
Hey, everyone atBodybuilding . My name is Amanda Latona. I am the 2009 Flex Bikini ModelSearch championships winner. I am a Team BSN sponsoredathlete and an IFBB Bikini Pro, as well as a Muscle Fitness Hers cover model. I am here today going to showyou a pro bikini glute training workout so you, too, can havesculpted bikini glutes
like a pro. If you're a beginner atexercising, don't worry, don't be freaked out, I'm gonna walkyou right through everything. Start light. You know, you don't have to dothe heavy rep range or the heavy weights like I do, or don'tstart with all of the exercises. Say, choose threeinstead of five.
Although I train every body partonce a week, I actually train glutes twice a week. I do it once on a Monday whenI'm strong, I'm fresh, and I do it again on a Friday. I mean, who doesn't wanta great butt, righté Yeah. Butts are back.
Okay, guys. Here we are on the leg press. Today I'm choosing to do myfavorite positioning, which is feet together. It allows me to lift heavier,get a little more strength behind me, and also shapes theouter sleeves, which is a very nice look to have. We're gonna start heavy on this,so choose a weight that can
allow you to do 10 to 12 reps. If you need a spotter, get one. Safety is first, guys. Gotta keep it safe. So what you want to do isyou don't want to start down here.' cause you never want to haveyour knees going over your toes. I like to do rightin the middle.
Remember, the higher you go up,the more emphasis you get on the glutes, which is why we're here. Okay, here we go. Also, when you're doing this,remember to press through your heels. Whenever you press through yourheels, basically, I like to be able to lift my toes up, 'causethat's how I know that I'm definitely gettinghittingthe glutes.
Bunion Removal Foot Surgery
Your has recommended that you undergosurgery to remove a bunion. But what does that actually meané A bunion is caused when the metatarsal bonein the big toe gradually shifts towards the second toe. This shift causes a bump at the inside ofthe big toe's first joint. As a bunion grows, it can lead to other painful foot problems,including hammertoes, calluses on the bottom of the foot and arch pain. Bunions are largely hereditary, but they caneffect anyone. Even a small instability in
the bones of the big toe can trigger the growthof a bunion. Patient Education A bunion does not generally lead to otherhealth problems, but left untreated it can eventually limit the ability to walk. Luckily, bunions can be treated with a fairlysimple surgical procedure. So make sure that you ask your to carefullyexplain the reasons behind this recommendation. On the day of your operation, you will beasked to put on a surgical gown. You may receive a sedative by mouth and anintravenous line may be put in.
You will then be transferred to the operatingtable. In the operating room, a nurse will beginpreparation by clipping or shaving and cleaning your foot. The anesthesiologist will begin to administeranesthesia most likely locally causing your foot to become numb. The surgeon will then apply antiseptic solutionto the skin and place a sterile drape around the operative site. The surgical team will then make an incisionover the bunion and the skin will be pulled
back. Below the skin is a membrane or capsule surrounding the MTP joint that connects the metatarsal bone to the rest of the bigtoe. Another incision is made, opening the capsuleand exposing the bone. Your will then cut or file away thebony and fibrous outgrowth at the joint. After the bunion has been reduced, the surgicalteam will close the MTP joint capsule with stitches and the outer layer of the skin will be suturedclosed as well. Finally, a sterile dressing is applied.