Not everyone wants to change the appearance of their butt. And that's OK! But for those who do it can be tough to know exactly how to go about it and how your diet, training, and lifestyle can support or inhibit your goals.
If exercising for a bigger butt is training goal it's time to talk how to make glute gains. But before we do, you might interested to know why a peachy gym routine has suddenly taken your fancy. Researchers from the MIT Sloan School of Management in the US found that your fitness routines are heavily influenced by those you surround yourself with — whether that be in real life or digitally.
I started running track when I was 9 years old, and continued to run all the way through college at Arizona State University. I loved running, but I also had a very fast metabolism, so it was really, really hard for me to keep weight on. When I dropped down to 90 pounds during conditioning my second year, my coach required me to keep a food journal. And I hated that.
Squats are kinda like the high-waisted jeans of fitness. They're a classic move but are definitely having a moment RTFN. For reals, even at-home squat machines exist now.
Show less Improving your backside is really rather simple. The butt is basically just another muscle, so those can be targeted and strengthened.
There are several glute isolation exercises you can do to get the booty of your dreams. If you practice a few of these exercises together, you can round your glutes from every angle while keeping your legs lean! Here are some of my favorite moves.
If you want a bigger butt, we can help. No implants or costly surgeries. Just follow a few simple and effective tips to fine-tune the muscles and fat mass in your hip area. The hip muscles or glutes are an important muscle group that can be augmented by doing certain exercises.
Serious question: Does doing bigger-butt exercises actually work, or must those with diminutive derrieres simply accept their flat fates? This results in both sides of the seat getting some serious attention. But the benefits of bigger-butt exercises are more than aesthetic, explains Openfit fitness specialist Cody Braun.
Show less Your butt muscles--also known as the gluteus maximus, gluteus minimus and gluteus medius--are often the strongest muscles in your body. Unfortunately, these deep muscles are sometimes obscured under layers of fat. If you want your butt to appear rounder you can sculpt your muscles with exercise, trim down and tone with cardio, reduce fat and build muscle with a healthy diet, and choose the best clothes to showcase your shape.