Being the First Bodybuilder Ever to Depict Striated Glutes, 60-YO Bodybuilding Legend Depicts the Perfect Superset for Training Legs

Published 12/20/2023, 9:15 AM EST

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Considered among the best competitive bodybuilders from the 80s, Rich Gaspari was one of the first bodybuilders to have striated glutes. Despite having his immaculate glutes and out-of-the-world determination, Rich Gaspari never won a Mr. Olympia. However, the bodybuilder never left his training to become a victim of compromise.

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Having trained with the 8X Mr. Olympia Lee Haney, Rich Gaspari has focused a lot on his muscle-specific exercises. Hence, with his experience, he recently revealed to his followers how to incorporate two workouts at once.

Rich Gaspari’s way of doing Supersets

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In the video posted by Richard Gaspari, he was shown doing 20 reps each for his legs. The process seemed extremely tiring and tough, but the bodybuilder still managed to pull it off. In the caption of his post, he wrote, “Reverse lunges on the Smith Machine supersettes with Sumo squats.”

The bodybuilder then continued to inform his followers how he planned to do these supersets. He wrote, “20 reps each leg and then the Sumo to not only fry your glutes but also give you a cardio workout! The set took 2 minutes and 40 seconds.” Thus he gave a a brief idea on how to pull off some cardio while also working up one’s glutes.

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Rich Gaspari has always been this devoted to his training sessions. He once talked about how he reached the peak of his bodybuilding career because of his determination towards training and how it made him feel mentally.

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Rich Gaspari’s insights about training and mental strength

In one of his Instagram posts, Rich Gaspari once talked about how he reached his peak. He told his followers that although he is now a retired 60-year-old bodybuilder he still prefers to train hard. He stated, “Training not only helps you physically but training daily helps you mentally.” He then added, “Training makes me feel good mentally. It sets my day to be motivated and to work hard the rest of the day.”

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Rich Gaspari made history by being the first bodybuilder to ever have striated glutes in his body, hence his advice and tips become extensively important if a fitness enthusiast wants to “fry” their glutes. What do you think about his supersets? Let us know in the comments below.

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Pritha Halder

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