Here are some real ways to make your butt bigger.
It's not a secret that a healthy diet will lead to fat loss. Your diet can also be tailored to building muscles faster, including the butt. Nutrition can also play a key role in development rates.
How Your Food Can Make Your Butt Bigger
There are different types of food that can be eaten to build the enlargement rate of your rear end as well as improve your general fitness and muscle growth in other areas. Obviously to actually build your buttocks you will need to work out (sorry to tell you). But one thing you can do is exercise smartly. Having a proper diet and taking the supplements you need to maximize your potential are two of the many ways to exercise smarter rather than harder.
As most of you know, exercise is all about doing work and then resting. That is, you exert yourself and build your muscles/endurance, and then take a break so that your body can recover. With this pattern, your bodies overall health and physique improves drastically. Whether your workout involves squats and heavy weight lifting (recommended for maximum growth), or lighter weight routines, eating correctly will enhance the gains you receive from putting all that sweat and effort in. So food is an essential
Which Foods To Eat
So you’ve just finished a great workout and you are feeling accomplished and sore at the same time. What are the best foods to eat to maximize the improvement you get from exercising? The answer can vary a bit depending on many factors including: age, weight, height, immune system, metabolism, etc.
The list could go on forever. But, there are a few general guidelines that you should follow if you want to get serious about building a large butt quickly. But take note, that if you are someone who is extremely underweight, you may need more nutrition to make fast gains as opposed to someone who is considered to be of average weight. Also, don’t pay too much attention to going over your ‘calorie count’. Exercising uses a lot of your bodies energy so you may need a little extra nourishment.
So to be clear don't starve yourself when exercising (you won't improve), but also make sure that you try to eat healthy. No, actually don't try, just do. Eating a healthy and proper diet has so many benefits, there is really no excuse not to. Trust me, if you go from a diet filled with junk food and processed crap to one of fresh fruits/vegetables and the right types of meat, you will definitely be able to feel the difference it can make in your body.
So back to muscle growth and building your glutes. Try to eat foods that promote muscle growth in general. A good place to start would be to find foods that are high in protein. Protein is an essential nutrient that your body needs for all kinds of reasons, including muscle building. It's not just something that professional body-builders need to worry about. If you really want rapid results, you must get enough protein to speed up the repair of your sore glutes after an intense work out.
Some of the many foods high in protein are:
- fish (salmon)
- Steak (try to get lean cuts)
- beans (kidney, black, etc)
- Chicken (skinless preferably)
Don't limit yourself to just protein though. You will also need carbohydrates (don't be scared) and many other nutrients you receive from fruits and vegetables. That being said, some of my recommendations of foods to eat for carbs are: brown rice, sweet potatoes, and whole grains.
Supplements That Help Your Butt GrowthSupplements can take your fitness success to the next level. This is my favorite option when it comes to maximizing what you get out of your long work out sessions. The idea behind supplements is basically the same as food. What is so special about supplements is they are very convenient and focused on your individual needs.
One type of supplement that I can recommend everyone to take is protein. As I said before, protein is crucial in recovering properly and making gains quickly. Taking a protein supplement can really give you the full benefits of protein and ensure that you are getting enough of it in your diet.
There are many different choices and brands when it comes to protein supplements. This one is my favorite:
Optimum Nutrition 100% Whey Gold Standard, Double Rich Chocolate, 5 Pound, 80 Ounce
Optimum makes great products, and their whey protein in particular has been extremely helpful in growing the size of my rear. But getting a good protein supplement is just scratching the surface. There are many more beneficial supplements you can take to aid in your fitness journey. Here is a link to the top selling supplements on Amazon.com if you are interested. While not all supplements are necessary, I would recommend that you at least take protein if you are serious about your fitness.
A key thing to remember is that while exercise is extremely important, you will not get great results without the proper nutrition and diet plan.
This is an extremely important aspect of building a bigger butt. Working out only comes second to diet when improving how your body looks. With that being said, exercise will drastically shape your lower half and add healthy mass to your booty. Working on building a bigger butt will also make the rest of your figure look great. Men and women both prefer a 'squat booty' compared to a boring flat one, trust me.
Preparing to exercise should include stretching. That link will explain how to stretch a bit more in detail and includes a video showcasing some of the most effective stretches. Warming up with some stretches before a workout is a great way to prevent injury/increase the productivity of your exercises. When stretching, try to focus on your hip-flexors, core, and legs/hamstrings.
Alright now you are ready to start sweating! There are many variations of workouts that you can do to work on your glutes. Some of the most common exercises for the butt are:
- Glute Thrusts
Most of these exercises can be performed effectively without weights. A beginner can workout with just body-weight alone and get a nice gain of muscle. But its important to know that after you have been working out for some time, you will need to add resistance to continue gaining mass in your butt.I recommend adding weights as quickly into your routine as quickly as possible. I like to use these: CAP Barbell Cast Iron Hex Dumbbell, Single They have become a crucial part of my work out.
The exercises that I listed above will become much more difficult if you add weight. This is good. That means that your results will improve. Remember: hard work will translate into results. Also, be careful not to add so much weight resistance that you must sacrifice proper technique; that is how people end up with fitness-related injuries.
Out of the choices, squats are definitely the most effect movement I do to grow my booty. To make squatting effective, a few things need to be on your checklist. Assuming you know the basics of squatting (there will be a video below), here are some tips to maximize your booty building endeavors:
Squats1. Always be sure to keep your weight in your heels as you lower your body. This will ensure that your butt becomes part of the workout.
2. Mentally focus on your glutes and concentrate on squeezing them hard during each rep, especially when coming up from the squat-movement.
3. Stick your butt out behind you during reps, almost as if you were going to sit down in a chair. This will enable you to thrust forward a bit on your return from the bottom of your squat.
4. Another tip is to go as low as you can while keeping your back straight for the most part. This will also encourage your booty to get working! (glute activation!)
This video below will show a fitness instructor demonstrating some butt workouts, with some good variations on squats. I hope this gives you a good visualization.
Don't overlook your other workout options either. While squats are amazing I can tell you with confidence that dead-lifts and lunges are great for shaping your body as well. Side lunges are a good example of an exercise that give you the hourglass shape (like Kim Khardashians') that women dream of.
Remember that with exercise, dedication is key and results will not come overnight. And I cannot stress enough to remember to use proper form above all else. If you cannot do a squat properly with 60lbs then don't try 80lbs. This may seem obvious but many people lift more than they should, especially when starting out.
This method of getting a bigger butt is my least recommended for several reasons. This option is really only available for someone with extra money who is willing to spend it altering their body. I believe that you can get much better results going natural with diet and exercise.
Surgery is going to be something that some women/men consider for a few reasons. There isn't much work involved, that is, you just get the surgery done and there is no physical exercise to do. Also, surgery is arguably a much faster route to obtaining results than dedicating yourself to working out.
But, surgery also carries with it a risk of serious health problems. Many people go in for plastic surgery only to come out with a complicated medical issue. There is a screening process for surgery, but it cannot be perfect.
Something else to consider is how permanent are your results going to be? Your butt will not look like it did after surgery forever. Exercise, if done consistently, will allow you to maintain your butt's form. An added benefit of exercising your butt is increased general health.
Surgery is not cheap either. You may end up spending a fortune (thousands of dollars) for a good looking butt.
These are 3 very effective solutions for how to make your butt bigger and improve the overall form of your body. The best options are to maintain a proper diet and exercise schedule, while surgery should only be a last resort. Stay tuned for more on all things big-butt related.