Do you Have a Saggy Butt?

saggy butt

How many times have you looked in the mirror turned around and said to yourself, oh man! My butt has fallen! I have a saggy booty! or I have my mothers butt!

That one is the worst.

There is hope, You can fix it! Let's talk about 3 ways to fix a saggy booty. Some of this is going to sound familiar, you have heard it before but didn't realize it mattered to your booty.

First – Your Diet

Yes, this matters to your booty lift.

Adjusting your foods that you eat to the Fat Burning kinda food will help your behind! Limiting your sugar, picking lean proteins and consuming low saturated fats deliver maximum nutritional power that fuels your workouts and keeps your booty goals on track.

To find out how many calories you should be eating in one day, follow this guideline.

  1. You start by multiplying your weight by 10 then choose the calorie level closest to the answer.
  2. Calorie Levels are: 1200, 1400 1600 1800 or 2000
  3. Example: if you weigh 170 multiply 170 x 10 = 1700
  4. I would choose 1600 calorie level plan. This way I will burn off calories and still feel satisfied. I'm not dropping my caloric intake so low that I'm starving myself.

You will need to eat more food with fiber, fruits and vegetable do the trick for that one. They have the added benefit of keeping you full longer.

Second – Motivation

There is no way to shape up your booty unless you exercise. You can choose to have butt lift surgery however, who wants the pain and cost of that? What you will need to do is put your health first – make a date with yourself to exercise. Keep a journal and record when you work out and how felt before and after. Record what you eat during the day. this way you have a reference to use when you need to make changes.

A huge part of maintaining a healthy life has to do with the people you associate with. Spend time with people that value a healthy lifestyle. Its easier to not have the dessert when no one else is eating dessert.

Third – Exercise

The key to a successful fitness program is consistency and variety. You do make things easier on yourself when you map out your routines.

Its a good idea to have a video or DVD workout set for when the weather is bad or you need variety.

Start off with 15 minutes a day and work up to half hour a day or more.

Make sure you get Cardio in a few times a week. You can jog, walk, bike ride or jump rope.

If you already belong to a gym, get going, map it out.

Here are a few of my favorite exercises:

The High Heels exercise is a great butt/thigh working exercise. Start off with 10 reps in each direction and work your way up to 20 each side,  following the diagram below.

thigh exercises

Start Position: Stand with feet hip width apart, toes and knees turned out from hips. Lift your heels and balance on the balls of your feet, bringing heels together. Lift your chest, suck in abs, draw shoulders back and down. Reach your arms out to the sides.

Start: Balancing on the balls of your feet, take one step to the right, then another, while keeping your heels lifted. repeat on the left, then alternate sides. Wave your arm,s and shake your hips from side to side.

The Attitude Kick back is also a great butt/leg slimmer. Start with 15 and work your way up to 20 reps on each side,  following diagram below.

leg exercises

Start Position: Stand with heels together and toes out, rotating from your hips, abs sucked in, spine lengthened and arms reaching overhead in a "V" position.

Start: Standing on your left leg, lift your right foot and place behind your left knee. Extend your leg to the back with your knee bent and leg turned out. Maintain your arms over your head in "V" position. Return the foot to knee and pulse back to the lifted position. Repeat then switch sides.






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