Big butt, no butt, droopy butt?
The list goes on. Well, we’ve got news for you. Your butt happens to consist of several muscles – mainly the glutenous maximums, glutenous medias and glutenous minimums. And where there are muscles, there is a chance to shape them up.
Ironically, you can’t count on walking and running for some rear control. That’s because the complete range of motion of your hip joint – from a fully flexed to a fully extended position – covers an arc of up to 165 degrees. Running and walking don’t cover that range. Furthermore, to develop your butt muscles, you need exercises that apply strenuous resistance throughout this full range of motion. To help you zero in on the specific problems for your butt type, to create these butt-sculpting exercises.
* EXERCISES: Floor get-up (beginner); butt lift-and-hold (advanced).
* EXERCISES: Cross-legged squat (beginner); wall squat and one-legged dead lift (advanced).
* EXERCISES: Floor get-up and cross-legged squat (beginner); wall squat (advanced).
* EXERCISES: Off-set squat (beginner); wall squat (advanced).