What is this big booty-bonanza craze all about?
From J-Lo to the Kardashians, society has gone from flat to ‘phat’ over the past couple of years and this has sent women running to the gym, their plastic surgeon or junk food to grow their behind. The first thing to take into consideration is that we are all biologically unique. That means that you may not have a booty as bodacious as Beyoncé’s, or glutes as juicy as J-Lo’s, you may have more ‘junk in the trunk’ than others, or less – we don’t judge…we’re all different! And while plastic surgery for buttock implants has become a recently popular procedure, we recommend that you take the healthier and lighter-on-your-purse approach, and hit the gym, or in this case, stay home and workout.
In the following article, we will take you through some home exercises that are bound to bring some bounce to your behind. Whether you are curvy and looking to tone up a bit or slender and wanting your glutes to pack a punch in your favourite pair of jeans, this workout is for you.
If you have any injuries or ailments, then it’s probably best that you speak to your doctor, a physiotherapist or biokineticist before trying any of these. It is also important that you stick to a nutritious and healthy diet set out for you by a dietician in order to achieve the best results, as you know, abs are made in the kitchen and the same goes for glutes.
So, if you are in good health, ready to grow your glutes and are sticking to a healthy lifestyle, then by all means, read on and please, try these at home.
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