Exercise Routines That Gives Women Bigger Butts


African women have naturally being blessed with bigger butts but the improvement in science has helped everyone willing to have one, get one. While surgical methods exist, there are a number of exercise routines that you can employ without being a regular visitor to the gym.

Simply taking five minutes to work on your booty at any location can help to enlarge them.
The good news is that these exercise routines do not require you to carry dumbells or any other gym materials and you can engage in them at anytime and anywhere. your booty wherever you are.


While standing up, spread your feet apart and proceed to lower your body as far as possible before pushing your hips back and bending your knees. You can then push yourself back to the starting position.

Squat jacks
With your feet hip-width apart, lower your body downwards until your knees are bent at almost an angle of 90 degrees. Proceed to jump your legs outward, and then almost immediately jump back to the starting position to complete one rep.

Marching Glute Bridge

This can be done in two ways. The first requires you to lie face up on the floor with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor. Raise your hips in such a way that your body forms a straight line from your shoulders to your knees.

The other way is similar as you lift one knee to your chest, but different in that you lower back to the start, and lift your other knee to your chest. Continue alternating back and forth and with time you’d enjoy the joys of your effort.

Rotating T extension

Start this exercise from the push up position. Keep your arms straight and engage your body by shifting your weight onto your left arm. Rotate your torso to the right, and rise your arm toward the ceiling so that your body forms a T shape.

Stay in that position for a few seconds and stop. Repeat same on the other side. Hold for three seconds and return to the start.

Reverse lunge
Start by holding your hands on your hips while your feet are spread apart. Step backward with your right leg and Lower your body into a lunge. Take a break before pushing yourself into the starting position. Do same with the other side too. Then lower your body into a lunge.

Reverse Lunge With Pulse

With your feet spread apart and your hands on your hips, keep your upper body still while you take a large step back with your right foot.

Bend both your knees and lower yourself into a lunge before raising your body an inch upward and an inch downward later. Repeat by stepping back with your left foot.

Curtsy Lunge
Begin by standing with your feet spread apart. Step backward with your right leg and place it behind your left in the shape of a curtsy. Bring your body lower until your front knee is placed at a 90 degrees angle. Repeat severally.

Lateral Lunge

While standing with your feet apart, lift your left foot as if you’re taking a big step to your left while you push your hips backwards. Take a slight break and push yourself to the starting position. Repeat for the other leg.

Low Lateral Lunge

The low Lateral Lunge requires you to stand with feet wide apart. Proceed to shift your the weight of your body to your right leg while you push your hips backward and lower your body by dropping your hips and bending your knees.

You can also raise yourself back to a standing position and reverse the movement to your left leg. Repeat for a number of times.



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