I’m not too enlightened to answer questions about your booty and its future.
Today’s post is in response to this email:
“Hey, Angel! I’m tall and somewhat skinny but I don’t have a butt. There is practically nothing going on behind there at all. It’s the only thing I want to visually change by training. So my question is, is there any hope of me getting a bigger, rounder butt? If so, what exercises will make my butt bigger? And how long will it take for me to see results?”
I’m happy you want a butt.
If you’re genetically predisposed to have a butt, I can help. But if no one in your family has a big ole’ booty, you probably won’t either. If the latter is true, don’t worry. You can still improve your situation and make your butt more presentable to the public, or whomever.
Part 1: Butt Exercises
To get a more firm, more lifted, more loveable butt, do any combination of the following: Deadlifts, Glute Bridges, Goblet Squats, RDLs, Bulgarian Split Squats. Use a moderate weight. Do 3 sets of 8 reps. To get a bigger butt, do the same exercises but use the heaviest weight you can lift. Do 5 sets of 5 reps. In about 8 weeks or so, a change is gonna come.
For those too evolved to care about body image, God bless you. You will change the world. But that doesn’t mean you’re exempt. The exercises I listed will enhance sport performance, improve strength, and reduce leg and back pain. Thus, everyone should be training glutes.
Got a question you need answered? I got you covered. Hit me up.
[Angel’s note: There are more exercises to help with glutes, which will come in Part 2. Also, that picture of me was taken a hundred years ago. Must.get.those.arms.back.]