3 Types of Exercises to Make Your Butt Bigger

A bigger butt is attainable without the need for plastic surgery or buttock implants. They don’t last long and you are damaging your body and health. Getting a bigger butt through exercise may seem very hard to do but it is long lasting and also improves your overall health. It is important to note that while there are many online videos that can help you in getting a bigger butt, they are not there to see you perform these exercises.

The last thing you want is one part of your butt being bigger than the other or you end up being too muscular. You will need the help of a coach to guide you in achieving this target and to make sure that you are doing this right. Here are 4 types of buttock exercises that will help you get a bigger butt.

Squats

Squats are one of the best exercises to achieve a bigger butt. A squat is better when you go deeper as this engages your gluteal muscles. Most people believe that squats can hurt your knees, but that’s only when you don’t rest them on your knees but on your soles instead. Going deeper here will entail going down until your thighs are parallel to the floor, which is the right way to go about doing a squat to ensure its effectiveness. If you are doing squats in the right way and they become easy to do after a while, start using weights or dumbbells to add pressure when you go down, for it is better to do 10 heavy painful squats than 50 easy squats. Doing this exercise alone and properly will greatly help you to get a bigger butt.

To do a perfect squat, simply bend your knees properly and go deeper so that you’re engaging your gluteal muscles. Do this with 2 -3 sets each. Repeat 10 or 15 times.

Romanian deadlifts

Another kind of exercise that helps to get bigger butts is doing a Romanian deadlift. This exercise targets the glutes and hamstrings. Added to this is the pressure that you need to maximize this effect, such as by using a loaded barbell.

Here is how to do it. Stand upright, with your feet touching the ground firmly and together. Then bend forward to hip level and pick up the barbell using your shoulder strength to grip it. Raise the weight using your torso and return to an upright position. When you bend, the arch should be well curved, and the same goes for when you are rising up. When you stand, stand erect. You do not want to break a muscle. The same way you picked the weight up, set it down as well. When you raise the weight, practice holding it at your chest level, then raising it up above your head. Do at least 3 sets of 8 to 10 reps each.

Lunges with dumbbells (inner thighs)

This exercise doesn’t just work the gluteus muscles but your inner thighs as well, helping to achieve a firmer butt altogether.

Here is how to do it. Stand with your feet hip-width apart and hold dumbbells in both hands. Then, take a step forward with your right leg and your left knee bent. It should be an inch above the ground. When you look at a mirror in this pose, it should look like a curtsy, but instead it’s an exaggerated version of a curtsy as your right leg is far from the left leg.  Hold this pose for as long as long as 30 seconds and repeat with the other leg. At least 5 minutes of this exercise will do. If these become easy over time, increase the pressure by using heavier weights.

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