It could be a great thing if you got a bigger backside. According to Oxford University, women who have bigger thighs and rounded butt suffer less from diabetes, heart-related diseases, and obesity.
In the International Journal of Obesity, the researchers from Oxford University wrote:
“The protective properties of the lower-body fat depot have been confirmed in many studies conducted in subjects with a wide range of age, BMI and co-morbidities.”
As the study also showed, women who have a prodigious butt are associated with higher levels of Omega-3 fatty acids, which stimulate the function of the brain. Furthermore, they are associated with a hormone that regulates hunger called leptin.
Over the years, women became more and more obsessed with their body image, especially their butt. Many of you are trying hard to have the perfect rounded booty, and it is nothing to be ashamed of. Even though everyone should be satisfied with their looks, there is always that voice in our head that tells us to work harder. So if you are looking for exercises that will help you reach the toned butt you always wished for, read our suggestions below.
Do you want the perfect round butt for the upcoming summer? Jennifer Johnson, a CosmoBody trainer designed these exercises which will work your buns from every angle. To see the results as fast as possible, complete up to 15 steps of each exercise and repeat them regularly.
To do this exercise, stand up with your feet apart. Keep your knees above your ankles and your chest high. Keep your butt low until your thighs are parallel to the floor.
After you lower your butt, push up through the heels to come back to the starting position
Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Like the first exercise, keep your knees above your ankles and your chest high. Then lower your butt.
As you are trying to stand up through the hills, try to lift your leg as high as possible and kick straight.
Lower the leg down on the floor and start a second squat. As you stand up, kick with the other leg. Lower the leg down and repeat alternating.
Stand with your feet wide apart. Keep your knees above your ankles and your chest high and then lower your butt.
Push up through your heels and jump straight. Then, land in a squat position push up through your heels and lift your right leg off the ground. Point your toes, swing the leg in a large clockwise circle, place is down to the floor, and get ready for another squat jump.
Stand in a squat. Then jump up and lift your left leg off the ground pointing your left toes straight. Swing your leg in a large counterclockwise circle, and place your leg down to the floor to complete the exercise.
Get down on your knees and hand. Your shoulders need to be stacked over your wrists and your hips over your knees. Point your right toes and turn your foot to the right.
Extend and lift your right leg diagonally. Then bring it back to the starting position and extend the leg straight out.
To see the results quickly, do this exercise up to 15 times with the opposite leg.
Just like the previous exercise, get on your knees and hands, your shoulders need to be stacked over your wrists and your hips are stacked over your knees.
For greater support, place your right forearm on the ground.
Bend your left foot and lift it diagonally. Then return to the starting position.
Do up to 15 repetitions on both legs.
Get down on the ground on to your forearms with your shoulders stacked over your elbows. Keep your hands gently clasped.
Stretch your right leg behind you and point your toes. Try not to bend the knee and lift your right leg up and out to the right.
Easily, bring your leg back behind and tap the ground with your toes. Then lift your leg and out to the left. Get back to the starting position and complete the 15 reps, alternate with your opposite leg.