Denim for the men with no ass

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  1. PG2G

    PG2G Senior member

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    If you have an athletic body, you will have an ass. If he doesn't, one can assume he, well, doesn't. Hence my advice (which I very much need to take, myself, but that's another matter).

    Hrm, I haven't been too athletic for a while but for the past 2 years or so I've been jogging almost 2 miles nightly. Maybe its more of a problem of me buying jeans that are a bit too big in the waist.
     


  2. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Sized Down 2

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    Well, jogging isn't exactly the sort of activity that lends itself to ass-development. (Dude, I just typed "ass-development". Awesome.)

    Interval training would probably help, but basically you need to do weight training. Preferably both. There's basically no substitute for squats (unless you have back problems or are really worried about form, in which case you can do leg presses).
     


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    Acne Jeans, Julian Red, some slim Nudie models.
     


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    Romanian deadlift is a bit better for the glutes. Most people don't/won't squat deep enough to activate them.

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    Brian SD Moderator

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    Romanian deadlift is a bit better for the glutes. Most people don't/won't squat deep enough to activate them.

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    Aren't deadlifts more dangerous than squats if you have bad posture?
     


  6. Luc-Emmanuel

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    ass-development... [​IMG] Best thing is cycling. Far less dangerous for the back than any squat, deadlift and whatnot. !luc
     


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    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    ass-development... [​IMG] Best thing is cycling. Far less dangerous for the back than any squat, deadlift and whatnot.

    !luc


    Yep, also rowing. Interval work (running doesn't hurt, or rather, it does), wither. I did 8000 m on Saturday (on the erg, still too cold to go on the water,) 7000 m and then 5 x 200 m sprints, and 6x400m sprints (running) on Sunday. My gluts still hurt.
     


  8. Luc-Emmanuel

    Luc-Emmanuel Senior member

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    yes, rowing is an all-around exercise which will develop a lot of body muscles.

    !luc
     


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    Aren't deadlifts more dangerous than squats if you have bad posture?
    Yes. But learning proper posture for any lifting (and, really, any exercise) is necessary. All those muscles aren't much fun if you've seriously hurt yourself along the way.
     


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    Aren't deadlifts more dangerous than squats if you have bad posture?

    Depends, but that's why I recommended Romanian deadlift, which is basically just the top half of a deadlift.
     


  12. tsmith

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    I have a similar problem. I definitely have an ass, but my jeans don't do it justice. The problem is my ass is much shorter then it is wide, so most of the jeans I have that fit well in the waist have pockets that fall much lower on my rear end and make my ass disappear.

    -tsmith
     


  13. pacioli

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    Depends

    As in adult diapers.
     


  14. imageWIS

    imageWIS Senior member

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    Now what possessed me to click through that link? I should have seen it coming.

    I'm at work, so no link clicking for me [​IMG]

    Jon.
     


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    IMO, if your waist is over 32, you have an ass.
     


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