5 Exercises for a Round, Firm Butt
Women with rounder butts are thought to be exceptionally smarter and brilliant than average skinny women. If you are still intelligent while relating to the latter category, we feel you. Getting a round, firm butt is not just limited to the curvaceous goddesses of the human race, but the mere slender mortals can also achieve the derriere of our dreams!
All you need to do is readjust your eating habits and regular trips to the gym, to ensure that nobody prevents you from getting a rounder butt. Like all other body parts, the butt also comprises of a few different muscle tissues. Gluteus minimus, gluteus maximus, and the gluteus medius, all come together to lift your self-esteem, your butt! These muscles need to be toned to appear firmer, which directly leads to a more lifted, rounder butt.
If you already devour fat rich foods, then you are just a few steps away from getting that perfect round butt. You just need to omit unhealthy saturated and trans fats. Instead consume polyunsaturated fats that will contribute to keeping you rosy cheeked and in good shape, without proliferating your cholesterol levels and those extra inches around your waist!
Hit The Gym!
If you want your rear end to compete with that of Kim Kardashian’s, then you need to suit up (in your tracksuit) and head to the gym. Or you could just lay out your favorite yoga mat right in the comfort of your home and practice these easy to follow five exercises that will help you in sculpting your bum into a round silhouette.
1. Semi Squat:
Stand with your legs apart mimicking the distance between your shoulders. Now tightly clasp your hands together in front of your chest and go down in a squatting position until you feel the tension building in your hip and thigh muscles. Maintain this position for 2- 3 seconds and then rise again. Practice 15 – 20 reps.
2. Plank Leg Lift:
Lay down in plank position, your front body facing the floor. Raise your body enough to become parallel with the floor beneath. Now bend your right knee and lift it in the air at an angle of 90 degrees. Keep raising your right leg for 10 – 15 reps, then relax for 30 seconds and raise your left leg and repeat the same procedure.
3. Bodyweight Lunges:
As the name implies, you need to place your body’s weight on your thighs and legs by lunging in the forward direction. Stand tall and straight, and put your hands on your waist. Bend one leg at an angle of 90 degrees in the forward direction, while bending the other leg in the opposite backward direction at the same 90-degree angle. Rest in this position for a few seconds, stand up straight and repeat. Now repeat with the other leg forward. This exercise will help you achieve a magazine cover page worthy rounder and firmer butt.
4. Simple Glute Bridge:
Lie down with your back to the ground. Make sure your hands are firmly placed on the ground, facing downwards, while your legs should be bent and your feet fixated on the ground. Now try to lift your hips upwards without raising your legs or even moving your arms. Keep lifting your butt and then resting down for 1-2 seconds. Repeat this for 15 reps.
5. Straight Vertical Leg Lifts:
Lay down on your back. Maintain your hands fixed to the ground, palms facing downwards. Raise your legs straight and try to lift them up without bending them. Slowly lift your legs in the air, trying to make a 90-degree angle with the floor beneath. Bring back your legs parallel to the floor without bending them.
Practice these simple exercises to tone your thigh, gluteus, and lower abdominal muscles. Exercising can make or break your physical appearance, but when you healthily channel your physical exertions, nothing will stop you from getting a rounder butt.