Very confused as how to continue training
I am 20 year old girl and I have been training 5 days a week for about 4,5 months now. I do hiit cardio on the crosstrainer 5 days a week followed by weight training. My schedule looks like this:
Mon: 25 hiit cardio crosstrainer, 1,5 hour weight training legs/glutes
Tues: 25 hiit cardio crosstrainer, 1 hour weight training biceps/triceps
Wed: rest day
Thur: 25 hiit cardio crosstrainer, 1 hour weight training back/shoulders
Frid: 25 hiit cardio crosstrainer, 1,5 hour weight training legs/glutes
Sat: 25 hiit cardio crosstrainer, 1 hour weight training biceps/triceps
Sun: rest day
Since starting my training I've lost about 4 kilos, I now weigh 57 kilos and I'm 1,67.
I have also adjusted my diet. I eat about 1300 calories a day, about 120 grams protein, 110-120 grams carbs, 30 grams good fats. And I also take a pws (whey isolate).
Unfortunately I have also lost a lot of my curves. I very much enjoy working out and doing cardio, however I really don't want to lose anymore weight. Right now my goal is to increase the size of my glutes, because i find that very attractive on a woman.
I don't know whether continuing with this frequency of cardio and weight training will get me the results that I want, I don't know how big glute muscles can get without a layer of fat. Or should I be doing less cardio in order to preserve some fat and at the same time increase my glute muscles?
I have also been doing a lot of heavy squats ( 35 kilo barbell 3 sets of 8 reps) to increase to the size of my glutes, however I noticed that my thighs were getting bigger as well, and I already have powerful thighs and would prefer for them to not grow as much. So now I have started experimenting with 2 min squats without any weights, I do squats 2 min long without a break, I really feel the burn, but I don't know whether that actually helps in reaching my goal.
I would love to continue toning and tightening my body, especially my abs, my arms and my legs. And I really want to increase the size of my glutes. So am I on the right track or should I be changing my training?