Sometimes, bigger is better. And for some women, this mantra applies to butt size. Whether you want to build strong glutes for athletic endeavors or simply want to show off for purely aesthetic reasons, building a bigger butt will take effort. If you're serious about boosting your butt size quickly, you may wish to do daily workouts. Of course, no matter how frequently you exercise, you'll need to perform the right exercises to get favorable results. Consult your doctor before starting any exercise routine.
While you might think of your butt more often as a seat cushion, it is in fact a body part comprised of multiple muscles. To make the most of your daily workouts for a bigger butt, you'll need to target these muscles with effective exercises. The muscles of your butt are known as the glutes, which are made up of the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius and gluteus minimus. If an exercise machine in your gym says it works one or more of these muscles, it can be a good choice for your workout.
Resistance training is key for increasing the size of your butt, as it is muscular development of the glutes that results in a more prominent rear end. You can work your glutes using a variety of equipment. If you have dumbbells, you can perform lunges and step-ups; if you have a barbell, you can perform squats or deadlifts; if you prefer to use only your body weight, you can perform body-weight squats or jump squats.
Hitting the gym for weightlifting workouts every day can be exhausting and may become boring depending on how much you enjoy resistance training. But if you are serious about increasing butt size, you can incorporate cardio workouts to provide variety and help promote a bigger butt. Your best bets for big booty cardio include jogging and using the elliptical or stair stepper. Even walking involves your glutes.
Rest and Relaxation
In addition to exhausting you physically, daily workouts for a bigger butt may take a toll on you psychologically. If you don't take the occasional day off, you may experience what is known as "overtraining." This occurs when you suffer from an inability to perform at your best and lose enthusiasm due to an overwhelming workload and inadequate rest. Additionally, you may experience an increase in muscle tissue breakdown, which can impede your attempts to gain a bigger butt. To prevent overtraining, consider taking a break from workouts on alternate days or every few days.
Brian Willett began writing in 2005. He has been published in the "Buffalo News," the "Daytona Times" and "Natural Muscle Magazine." Willett also writes for Bloginity.com and Bodybuilding.com. He is an American Council on Exercise-certified personal trainer and earned a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from the University of North Carolina.