27 Day BIG Butt Challenge
It doesn’t matter what sort of foods you eat, clothes you wear or supplements you take. You gotta move if you want to build round, firm and sexy buttocks. Strong, toned muscles are the key to enhancing your booty to its best advantage. Incorporate these exercises for a bigger butt into your daily routine, as we guarantee you’ll see results.
Toning Other Muscle Groups to Make Your Butt Look Bigger
Part of what makes your butt look bigger is the contrast between your butt and your waist. So, exercises that slim the waist are also, in their own way, exercises for a bigger butt, as well.
Your abdominal muscles work together with the muscles in your back to hold your organs in and improve your posture. These muscles, known together as your core, look firm and flat when they are in peak condition.
Firm thighs also help emphasize a round and luscious booty. In many cases, your thigh muscles can be worked in some of the same moves that help support a better butt.
The secret to a bigger butt involves a lot of targeted exercise that focuses on building the size and strength of your glutes. Don’t tag a few butt-enhancing moves at the end of your regular workout. Instead, dedicate thirty minutes or more to exercises that work specifically on the muscles that will give you the best benefit in this area.
Breath in and out as you do the jumping jacks and find the rhythm to your breathing and it’ll make your workout easier.
Note: Rotator cuff injuries have been reported from consistently doing jumping jacks over time. To avoid injury you may also perform “half-jacks”, these are done the same way, except you only bring your arms parallel to your shoulders and back down.
This is so perfect for inner thighs. Stand with your feet set about twice shoulder width apart, your feet facing straight ahead. Clasp your hands in front your chest. Shift your weight over to your right leg as you push your hips backward and lower your body by dropping your hips and bending your knees. Your lower right leg should remain nearly perpendicular to the floor. Your left foot should remain flat on the floor. Without raising yourself back up to a standing position, reverse the movement to the left. Alternate back and forth.
Stand with your feet approximately 24 to 36 inches apart. Position your feet wider than your hips with your toes and knees facing forward. Keep your head up and your spine lengthened so there is no curve in your back. Place your arms at your sides or bring your hands in front of your chest to assist with balance. Inhale, bend your knees and lower your hips behind you to a comfortable depth or until your thighs are parallel with the floor. Prevent your knees from moving forward beyond your toes.