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How To Get A Bigger Butt Secret.. #1

As you know your butt contains 3 main muscles. The Gluteus Maximus, Gluteus Medius and Gluteus Minimus.

The Gluteus Maximus is the largest muscle in your butt and this is where the main focus on how to get a bigger butt will be. The other two muscles are also important. They lie under the Gluteus Maximus and hold your pelvis upright. The three muscles together are known as ‘Glutes.’How to get a bigger butt

If you suffer from a ‘flat butt’ and it doesn’t seem to get any bigger despite the fact you exercise regularly to improve your butt, then read on.

Something as simple as your everyday posture and how you stand could be responsible for the tough time you are having building your glutes to get a bigger butt.

This is something that is actually very common in women and once corrected can result in fast improvements in the butt.

To see if this is your problem you’ll need to do a simple test on yourself in the mirror. This will determine if your posture is causing your glutes to shrink up and not respond well to exercise training.

The Test

Find a large mirror, preferably a long one where you can see yourself head to foot and stand sideways beside it, i.e. so that your side is towards it. Don’t look in the mirror yet.

Now stand as if you are waiting for a bus or you are in line at the movies, i.e. ‘normally.’ make sure you are standing on both feet with your weight evenly distributed. Relax and don’t try to do anything differently than you do in everyday life. (If you try and fix yourself at this point, you will mess up the test.)

Now, keeping that exact same body position, turn just your head and look in the mirror. Look at where your hips are in relation to your shoulders. Ideally, you want your hips to be in a direct up and down line with your shoulders so you’re standing up straight.

If you are having trouble building your glutes and feeling you are working them when doing butt enhancement exercises, you may find that your hips are forward of the shoulders and your butt is somewhat tucked under your hips.

How to get a bigger butt

When your hips shift forward like this, the glutes are taken almost completely out of action. They gradually become relaxed and very little work is required of them on a daily basis.

Over the course of years like this, your body will strengthen other muscles and tendons to take over the loads and functions that the glutes were supposed be taking care of. It can also lead to back pain and overstretching of the adominals, which make the stomach look bigger than it actually is.

Eventually these structural changes in your body will carry over to walking and exercising. Your body will not properly utilize the glute muscles when it comes to squatting and lunging movements, even if it looks like you are doing them properly.

The thighs will take over the movement to compensate for the reduction in glute function. This means that even when you perform exercises to work your glutes, your body doesn’t actually know how to use the glutes anymore!

How to get a bigger buttHow To Fix It

The first step is to be mindful of your posture and how you stand. It will be strange at first and you will undoubtedly forget yourself. You will need to become your own posture police and remember to keep yourself straight and upright keeping your hips in line with your shoulders.

When you are walking you should focus on actively pushing yourself forward with the glutes with every step you take. You’ll end up taking longer strides, getting paces quicker as well as getting a bigger butt.


3 Responses to “How To Get A Bigger Butt Secret.. #1”

  1. Megan J says:

    Done the test and just realised that I have unfortunately the problem you described! My hips seem to have done the shift 🙁 when i look at my posture I can actually see that my hips have moved forward compared to my shoulders. Please can you suggest more ways to correct this problem? Thanks so much for pointing this out, I will look into ways to counteract it, although I don’t think it would be that easy after 37 years of wrong doing! (hopefully a good search in google or youtube will come up with some ideas).
    I think one of my problems could be that I sit most of the day in front of a computer, sometimes in my bed or soft sofa, in kind of sluggish positions. If any reader have any tips on this please share it, I will do the same if I find anything worth suggesting 🙂

    • admin says:

      Thanks for your comment. Keep a look out for new blog posts when we will be addressing this point.

  2. Very good point about posture. Something I think a lot of us need to work on. As a child my parents encouraged good posture but as an adult I let those practices slip somewhat.

    Chrissy

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