In today’s society, we live in the here and now. We strive for instant results with minimal effort or time; rather it’s losing weight for a wedding, gaining weight for a competition, getting fit for the summer, the list goes on-and-on. I’m going to share with you practical ways on how to get a bigger butt in two days! Many people have fitness goals they want to achieve. Through hard work and dedication, any fitness challenge is attainable. Sacrifices may need to be made depending on the timeline, the goal to be reached, and the person’s endurance and effort towards being or becoming fit.
With 9 to 5 schedules, children, and many many other responsibilities, it may be more than challenging to add a consistent schedule for body sculpting. Time waits for no one, and the show must go on. So it’s important to stay ready, so you don’t have to get prepared. Maybe you have a hot date, a lingerie photo shoot, or perhaps you just want to look and feel better, the time to start is now! Make a little time in your busy schedule to invest in yourself for two days, or longer if you choose.
To see results in as little as two days, you will need to overload your gluteus muscles with tension and resistance. Our gluteus maximus is the largest muscle in our body, this is what gives your butt shape. Doing the right exercises will cause blood to fill the gluteus muscles, giving it a fuller look. This process can be compared to pre-stage workouts during bodybuilding shows; where contestants workout before hitting the stage to provide their muscle the pump and fullness it needs for the judges.
Squats is a lower body exercise which is sure to get the blood flowing. This exercise targets your glutes and thighs, making them bigger and stronger. Many fitness experts live by this exercise as it also strengthens the core and back.
How to do squats:
Stand straight with your feet shoulder-width apart. Bend your knees and slowly lower your butt, make sure you’re in a chair angle position. Go as low as you can, leveling your butt to your knee level. Hold it for 5 seconds then slowly raise yourself back up.
If possible, excel to the barbell squat (pictured above) for added resistance.
One Leg Squats
Single-leg, also known as one-leg squats is a great alternative squatting exercise for those who want to add variations to their workouts. This exercise produces many of the same results as the traditional squats, with added tension to your hamstrings. One leg squats will also improve your flexibility, balance, and body coordination.
How to do one leg squats:
Stand in one leg position with the opposite foot pointing straight ahead. Bend your knee slowly, making sure it doesn’t go past your toes. Then lift your non-supporting leg from the floor to above knee height level. You can extend your arms, or hold onto a chair (or wall) for added support and balance. Hold that position for 10 to 15 seconds.
Challenge yourself by going as deep as possible (without sacrificing form)
The lunge is a single-leg bodyweight exercise for your hips, glutes, core, hamstring, quads, and inner thigh muscles. This also helps to develop your lower-body strength and endurance. It is highly effective for muscle imbalances.
How to do lunges:
Stand tall with your feet hip-width apart. Put your hands into your waist, take a big step forward with one leg then start to shift your weight forward. Lower your body until your other knee almost touches the floor. Hold your position in 3 to 5 seconds then back to starting position. Repeat it on the other side.
You can intensify your workout by adding a barbell.
Walking lunges is a variation of the traditional lunge. Adding this exercise to your routine will keep your workouts fresh; breaking the usual workout monotony. This exercise possesses many cardiovascular benefits, in addition to the gains in the rear area.
How to do walking lunges:
Same with the lunge, you need to stand, take a giant step forward with your right foot then lower your body towards the ground. Both legs must be bent at a 90-degree angle. Hold it in 3 to 5 seconds. Push the left foot in the front same level with the right foot. Do the alternate foot to continue walking.
Intensify this exercise by adding a barbell.
Bridge lifts are also called butt lifts. This exercise is intended to enhance butt shape, improve back posture and strengthen your core.
How to do bridge lifts:
Lie flat on the floor, put your hands by your side and bend your knees. Your feet must be placed around shoulder width position. Lift your hips off the floor, make sure to form a straight line from shoulder to knees. Hold this position in about 3 to 5 seconds and then lower your body to the starting position
Suggestion: Do this exercise a maximum of 3 times a day.
Make your butt look more prominent in jeans by wearing pants that bring attention to your hips and butt. The whole idea is to make your waist appear smaller, which will give the illusion of a bigger butt. Leggings, yoga pants, and fitted jeans are perfect for pulling off this look. Hourglass bodies are perfected by small waistlines. You’ll want to stay away from flared and boot-cut pants as they can have the adverse look and effect. Also, do some butt pocket checking before purchasing. The smaller the pocket, the bigger your butt will appear. Now go add a pair of booty jeans to your wardrobe.
High Heels are the way to go! Wearing heels will improve your posture, and make your legs look longer. They will also tighten the muscles in your legs and butt, causing your buttocks to lift. Keep in mind, the higher the heel, the peachier the butt will look.
Do you want a $20,000 butt lift, but only have $50 to spare? Grab a pair of Spanx (or any comparable shapewear) and fill those jeans like Jennifer Lopez or Nicki Minaj. A lot of celebrities wear Spanx on the red carpet; no matter what size they are. It does a great job in sucking in your gut; helping out your silhouette. Butt lifting shapewear can provide the perfect round peach look to any behinds.
Avoid shiny fabrics such as satin and silks. Shiny clothing does a perfect job bringing attention to your figure, which can be horrible as it magnifies your imperfections.
Your posture will help to enhance the shape of your body, shoulders, waist, back, and booty. It is essential to have good posture when standing and sitting. Proper posture will keep your bones and joints in correct alignment. It allows your muscle to work efficiently and helps to prevent muscle strain and muscular pains.
What to eat to get a bigger butt. Eating healthy fats (and no I’m not talking about baked potato chips) are essential to any diet regimen. Avocados, almonds, extra virgin olive oil, fish oil, peanut butter, and eggs can provide the fat you need to get that butt to the desired look; without adding unwanted fat to other areas.
Losing weight may also help to make your butt look bigger. Go for a diet that is rich in protein. fiber, and low carbohydrates. Focus on eating lean meats and good fats. Combing the steps above will definitely set you on pace to getting a bigger butt fast!
A study conducted by the University of Scranton concluded that 92% of people will never actually achieve their goals. Many people fail to reach their booty goals because they lack dedication, commitment, and follow-through. Sculpting your body takes discipline and persistence on top of the aforementioned traits. These intangibles are not taught, but acquired through passion. Here are some tips which can help push you through your Bigger Buttocks journey:
Keep It Simple: Many people fail to reach their goals because they tend to over complicate things. Make a list of your daily routine, breaking it into the following categories.. Meals, Workouts, and Clothing. Staying organized and prepared will keep you motivated while on your journey.
Keep It Attainable: Shooting for the stars can be fun and exciting, but the difficulty in achieving this can be frustrating and stressful; which most times lead to failure. I wish I could do 1000 squats per day like some of the fitness youtubers I’ve seen, but it is just not possible at this time. Within your daily routine, set goals which are attainable and satisfying. Find your “sweet spot” by setting workout goals which will challenge you, while at the same time support and motivate you.
Believe In Yourself: There’s an old quote that says, “believe in yourself, and the world will be at your feet.” The biggest distinction I’ve seen between successful people and those who have not met their goals is belief and faith; conviction that they can influence their goals into existence. Writing and saying morning affirmations can help mentally motivate you for the rest of the day. Knowing that success is on the other side of fear can be the deciding factor in your meeting your goals, or watching other females meet theirs.
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