Big, compound movements such as the deadlift (shown above) and the squat are superior to machine, isolation-type movements for hardening up your thighs and butt as they allow you to use maximal weight while training a number of muscle groups simultaneously.
Remember that “heavy” is a relative term. Keep track what you are capable of doing and don’t do more than you can handle. A “heavy” load can be defined as a weight that you can lift in good form for 3-6 repetitions.
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