🤔💭🍑 I'm not sure where the big butt thing started. It could have been Sir Mix a Lot, or maybe it was the proliferation of twerking in music videos. But as a society, we are completely obsessed with butts.
I think it's a good idea to develop the glute muscles, hamstrings, and quads. 🏋🏻Because if these muscles are not strong, they can lead to hip flexor pain, as well as knee pain from unbalanced muscles. I've been there and done that with the knee pain and weak glutes. Balance and stability are also greatly affected by weakness of our posterior chain.
But do we NEED to have a giant badonkadonk? 👀 No, not really. In fact, as long as your glutes are strong and functioning well, from a physical perspective, a giant booty isn't really necessary. Increased size of your booty will likely become a result of strength training in that area, and no, I cannot lie, it's always nice to fill out a pair of jeans. But by focusing on glute strength and muscle development (for the purpose of getting stronger) you will eventually make your 👖 denim proud.
So here's my advice on how to get a better butt 101.
1️⃣ Stop worrying about the size and look of your butt. Seriously. Use that energy to think about happy things like cute 🐱 kittens and 🍓 smoothies.
2️⃣ Stop comparing the size of your butt to anyone else on Instagram; we are all different and genetics, the way someone stands, photoshop, angles, and/or cosmetic surgery can all affect the way someone's butt appears in a photo.
3️⃣ Do some glute building workouts with the purpose of getting stronger, 💪🏻 to have balanced muscles, avoid injury, and futureproof your body.
4️⃣ LOVE YOURSELF AND YOUR BODY just the way you are because YOU are beautiful and nobody should tell you otherwise, including yourself!
Oh yeah, and I'm changing the song to say "I like STRONG butts and I cannot lie." 💪🏻🍑#strongereveryday #bodypositive #bodypositivity #caligirlgetsfit #confidence #loveyourbody #confident #happy #fitgirls #fitness #girlsthatsquat #fitgirls #loveyourself #youarebeautiful