There’s a whole lot of flat bottomed bikini’s and one-piece swimsuits going on at the pool and on the beach, and there is something you can do about it. Not only will it make your figure look more svelte, but it will strengthen your legs, back and switch on those core muscles you keep hearing so much about. Knowledge is everything, and you can’t blame anyone but yourself for backaches and a kinky neck if you aren’t working it out.
If your butt is flat
It should be telling you something, other than genetics, there’s no reason why the biggest muscle on your body should be hanging in outer space behind you. Working out your gluteus maximus will tone and shape the muscles and add a nice curve to your summer shorts and dresses, not to mention your leggings and give your high heels something to push out.
Why workout the butt
The importance of a firm azz goes without saying, you can move through life with ease, carrying groceries, pushing furniture around, working in the garden and reaching and pulling down things from overhead on high shelves. Toting the kids around is easier, and your walk and stance becomes more stable, something you also need when you are sporting summer platforms.
Stronger and fit
When you are people-watching, notice the way they walk. The glutes are out-of-shape if you are walking on an uncoordinated manner and struggling to maintain posture control. Some gaits are so far off, the people don’t even realize it and blame it on age, inner ear problems and all sorts of excuses. Not that you can’t have these issues going on, even a sinus infection, prevalent in the pollen sensitive can cause your balance to be off, but we would hope you would have it checked out by a physician instead of letting and unsteady gait and posture be a part of daily life. Work it. Limit your foot and leg injuries by getting the best butt possible. Namaste. See video
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