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Butt Exercises

A sexy toned "rear end" ranks in at the top of most women, and even some men's "I want list". Some people have naturally good genetics, while others will stop at nothing in the pursuit of the perfect, perkiest butt. Some may even go as far as plastic surgery but we'll show you how even you can achieve a great butt, with some full proof tips.

Get lunging

Lunges are one of the greatest butt blaster exercises you can do. There are various types and you can do them with or without weighted dumbbells. Front lunges are great for toning the front of the thigh, while backward lunges really shape the glute area. Side lunges are also great and help tone and define your butt while giving you that hourglass appearance.


Master those stairs

Whenever possible use the stairs. Even at shopping malls, instead of using the escalators try to walk up them as you would normal stairs. Stair climbing is great for strengthening your hamstrings and quads as well as you glutes and calves, plus as an added bonus, stair climbing doubles as a cardio activity, and you burn calories too.

Cut the junk

Learn to face the fact that no amount of exercise will give you a dream behind without following a sensible diet and eating plan. Eliminate junk food and unnecessary sugars from your diet and stick to wholesome, healthy food instead. If you absolutely must have a burger, pizza or a chocolate, do so in moderation and don't allow yourself to eat them whenever a craving strikes. Be strong and you will be well on your way to a great butt and overall toned and healthy body.

Drink more water

There is no escaping this one. All successful eating plans rely on water to help flush the system of toxins. Drink at least 2 liters a day and try to cut out the sodas, coffees and teas. Ensure you sip on H20 throughout the day to avoid dehydration. You are already dehydrated when you feel thirsty and among other things, dehydration causes you to burn less calories.

Author: Dimi Ingle.
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