Many people works out to getting stronger, fitter and healthier but a lot of people also have aesthetic goals too when they get to the gym – like sculpting a booty.

But there’s a lot of bloggers around on the internet talking on how to actually ‘get’ a bigger booty by working out. It is all good but remember, following the wrong advice could lead you away from your fitness goals.

Are you Longing to get curvy buttocks like Jennifer Lopez, Beyoncé, Nikki Minaj, and Sofia Vergara?

It takes lots ofgreat deals of hard works and perseverance to get the right curves in the right places. The right exercise routines, right eating habits, and the right lifestyle can greatly enhance the size and shape of your butt. Want to know how?


It is important to understand that to get bigger buttocks, you have to work on both your hip muscles and hip fat. There are three types of hip muscles: gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, and gluteus minimus. Let’s switch from science or anatomy and come to the societal view about big butt.

The guardian posted this on November 18,2018:

Bottoms are big business in 2018. For a generation whose mothers spent mornings trying to shrink their thighs in front of Jane Fonda videos, today there is no such thing as a bum that’s too big. The perfect body has changed every decade over the past century, stretching and curving over time like a time-lapse sand dune.

Body parts have come in and out of fashion depending on the mainstream obsessions of the moment, from the lean boyish chests of flappers in the 1920s, signifying liberation from corsetry, through 30s bosoms and 40s legs, to the sexualised femininity of Marilyn Monroe’s hourglass figure, and on eventually to 80s muscles (Power! Strength!), and 90s, well, bones. Extreme slenderness was maintained beyond the millennium, but with added breasts, a modified Monroe, minus the tummy.

Lets watch this video, I found on youtube:


By Ian Dei

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