Is your backside looking a little flat? Do you long to build a better butt, like you had in college? Seriously, I get it, no one really wants a saggy bottom. Unfortunately, as we age our metabolism slows, we lose muscle definition and our ba-dunk begins to droop. Of course, it would be amazing if you could just keep the body you had as a twenty- something, but the aging process makes that almost impossible. Don’t give up on the idea though, you can reverse the muscle loss, regain definition and build a better butt.
As with any muscle group in the body, if you don’t exercise the muscles with weight bearing activity the muscle starts to atrophy and sag. The only way to build a better butt is to exercise the muscle group found in your rear, the gluteus maximus, medius, and mimimus. By targeting the glutes, you can develop a sleek Jennifer Lopez like butt.
Two of the best compound exercises for building a better butt are deadlifts and squats. Both exercises use barbells and involve the whole body, targeting your glutes, quads, hamstrings, lower back and forearms. They help to strengthen most of your major muscle groups, which is essential to staying strong.
Weight training alone won’t do the trick, a balanced work out of weights and cardio will help sculpt not only your glutes but the rest of your body as well. Cardio will help to jump start your metabolism and weight training will keep you burning fat and calories long after your workout.
If you aren’t sure where to begin, the Brazilian Butt Lift program is a good starting point. It will help you build a better butt by targeting all three muscles. There are six different workouts to keep it fresh with a mix of cardio and strength training. The sixty-day program combines specific exercises with a Brazilian inspired meal plan to help you lose weight while the building a better butt you didn’t think you could.
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