Building a butt that people notice is usually the reason for butt exercising in the first place while routine exercises will help tighten the muscles without butt concentration exercises. But if you’re wanting to make a noticeable difference in the size and shape, a different approach is needed. Remember the times when trying on clothes, to find that perfect outfit, and the one you really wanted, looking good on, but would look better if the butt was more developed? We’re going to talk about a few exercises to get you started in this direction and once the buttocks have begun to develop, more exercises will be covered in future articles, so don’t miss out.
While many people tend to walk with their butts sticking out, is the reason to start the exercises with a concentration on the actual exercise. Lying on the floor with knees bent at a 90-degree angle, feet shoulder length apart, paying attention to the lower back as it should be flat on the floor, no arches in between the lower back and floor, slowly lift the buttocks off the floor until fully extended, return to the original position, making sure lower back and floor meet in each rep, repeat 5 sets of 5 reps.
Still in the same position, put bottoms of the feet together to form a butterfly effect, lift the buttocks off the floor, fully extending, return to the original position, repeat 5 sets of 5 reps. Each time the back is lowered to the floor during the exercise, be sure the lower back is flat to the floor before continuing the next rep.
Next exercise in a kneeling position, with 1 knee up and foot flat on the floor, with a 90-degree angle, while the other knee is on the floor, shoulder width apart, place the foot of the knee that’s still on the floor onto a short stool or padded area for comfort, lift the body to a standing position, keeping the bent knee in the same position, not allowing the knee to go inward as the body is raised and lowered back to the original position. Concentration on the knee position is key to working the right muscles. Repeat 5 sets of 5 reps. Reps may be increased each week if exercises are performed at least 3 times a week.