Why Is Your Butt Still Flat No Matter How Much You Practice?
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Are you one of those who is persistently doing squats, but your butt still doesn’t look as you would like? See why this is so.
Genetics plays a big role in our life. Its role is not negligible even when it comes to shaping the body. In addition, interestingly, certain ethnic groups are predisposed for shaped buttocks, more than others.
Habits have a huge impact
On the shape of the buttocks huge influence have the life habits that we have. For instance, if you were engaged in gymnastics in the childhood, you will potentially have a greater chance of shaping the buttock easier in your later ages. But if in your case the genetic is the reason why you do not have strong gluteus muscles, it does not mean that you should stop trying and not doing exercises.
Strong gluteus muscles can help in posture, make you a better and more efficient runners and much more.
So, let's leave aside the genetics and try the next advice to you, which if no other, will for sure give you strong muscles that will, in turn, has a beneficial effect on your health.
More stretching, less sitting
Strength training or weight exercises, which will expose the gluteus muscles can bring you a lot of good. Even if you are prone to a sedentary lifestyle and want to start exercising, with these two you will succeed with ease.
Bridge: It would be best to place yourself in the position of the bridge from the standing position. However, if you cannot do it, for a start you can try it from lying position. Hold in this position for 30 seconds. It is important to feel the tension in the muscles. Repeat the exercise five times with a break of 10 seconds.
Hip thrust exercise: According to many, this is the best exercise for the buttocks. Exercise seems so that the person sitting on the ground ad relying only on the upper back on the edge of the bench, pushing with the feet and the buttocks the resistance of the body and / or an external load. Do three sets of fifteen repetitions.