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Exercise Tips for training your butt h Always keep your midsection firm h When performing butt buster floor exercises keep your back as straight as possible when pushing your leg up towards the ceiling h Keep your weights light or peferably no weights at all when first starting to train your butt h Sometimes the all fours position can be uncomfortable when performing butt exercises Try this option instead Lay flat on your tummy with your hands folded in front of your chest to keep you sturdy Have one leg straight behind you and the other bent with the sole of your foot facing the ceiling Push your foot up slightly squeezing your butt Lower your leg down and repeat for the required amount of reps h It is necessary to train your butt according to your body type If you are keen to reduce the size of your butt then keep your weights lighter and stay away from mass building exercises However if you have a flat butt then you should aim for exercises that will build muscle mass h Another point I want to make is that women especially tend to go overboard with butt training Eg not bothering to train the rest of their bodies except for that area To make decent changes to your bodyshape you need to work with the bodyshape you have using a exercise workout that trains all body parts h One more thing A low fat eating program plus regular cardiovascular exercise is essential when trying to acheive a total body makeover If you really want to kick-butt excuse the pun you should make sure you include them in your health and fitness routine h Note Always perform a warm up before your workout a cool down after and then your stretches Butt Buster Floor Exercise Kneel on all fours with your hands wider than shoulder width
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