Big Big Booty, Building A Butt part 1

For the latter part of 2014 I’ve been on a mission to grow and lift my butt. I noticed small changes and I mean small, but that is it. I use my time in the gym and I make sure that my butt and leg reps are done. I’m talking squats, deadlifts, lunges (every variation that I know), hydrant kicks, hip bridges, the list goes on…but no changes!

So now I’m frustrated……I don’t know what else to do.

Are my forms incorrect? …..Maybe I’m doing the wrong exercises …….What is it!!????

So, I began researching and researching. But from all the information that I find I see I am doing the same exercises that are recommended. I know that I have daily setbacks that slow down my results, such as sitting all day at my desk job, but I’m trying to combat that by standing mostly when I go home, but I see that is not enough.

I feel like I need more guidance. Someone who has experience with transforming a fat, flat ass to something that I can brag about. I decided to start fresh and re-program my booty workout for next month and document updates each month so I can see what works and what doesn’t. This should help me to truly see any improvements.

In the meantime what do you think? Leave comments if you have any ideas or suggestions.

See you in February!

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12 thoughts on “Big Big Booty, Building A Butt part 1

  1. How is your nutrition? You’ll never grow muscle if your calories aren’t sufficient. Also, squats and deadlifts are very style-dependant. I.E. when done in a particular variation, they can either target the glutes or almost completely bypass the glutes.

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    1. I have been told recently that what I eat my be a factor. I will be tracking more closely what I eat next month. I eat mostly healthy, but I may be deficient in certain areas. I have to look into more squat and deadlift variations to see the target area of the muscle. I did not take that in consideration. Thanks a lot!

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      1. No problem at all. The diet plays a HUGE role overall and it takes some time tweaking to find where your sweet spot is. But you’ll get there for sure! Squats and deadlifts will build the glutes (butt) – especially with the right variations. Such as sumo deadlifts, romanian deadlifts and squats with a ‘low bar’ style and with focus on keeping the knees out and in line with the toes throughout.

        Good luck, you’ll get there in no time!

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  2. Hi sweetie! I used to be chubby and pudgy, and I totally transformed my booty! I actually just wrote a post on how to tone your bum and gave tips and advice on how to do it! I could suggest 2 things… no.1 You’re taking too long rest times between your exercises? You need to take as little rest as possible as you want to burn the fat! 2. You need to add some high intensity into your workouts! They’re the BEST for toning the booty and burning fat which are the two things you need to do!

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    1. Thanks for the advice. Since you brought it up, my previous routine did have a long days of rest between working the butt and legs. I have to work on my consistency per week. I will definitely check out your post so that I can incorporate the tips in my new routine.

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      1. No problem! And also keep in mind to take little rest breaks between each exercise for example, squats, lunges and deadlifts.. take about 20 seconds of rest in between. I usually time myself so I don’t rest for too long! and thanks for stopping by our blog! 🙂 x

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  3. This kind of goes off of Tiffaspilla, but the amount of weight that you are doing will have a big impact, especially if you are looking to bulk up your butt muscle, rather than tone. You want a high intensity, so high weight, and low reps. I usually do high weights with sets of 12, 10, 8, and 6 reps, increasing the weight with each set. For toning, you want lower weights, with high reps. I usually do 4-5 sets of 12-15 reps to accomplish this. Both methods are important in hitting all your muscle types.

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    1. Thanks kcarter, that is really great advice. I’ll have to incorporate this method when working the entire body. I want different results for different areas so I will tailor sets and reps for specific spots.

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