We can say that butt game is strong for year 2015. We see bottom posts of proud girls everywhere. Posts of swelled behinds are dispersed all over social media. Whether on Instragram, Facebook, or Tumblr, it’s like literally wherever we look butts haunt us, make us cringe, and feel envious hoping we had ‘em, too.
This generation has been ruled by the Kardashians, with their mighty weapon called ‘reality show’ that had let them to flaunt their perfect lives (somewhat, I could say). Of course, by perfect it also includes their flawless physical features. And when it comes to butt competition, who else could be our inspiration? No one else but Kim Kardashian.
We look up to Kim K when we talk about stunning butts. I know I’d literally faint when I see Kim’s enormous behind in person. Do you not agree that her butt is surreal? It is like the pinnacle of asses: huge, lifted, round, perfect. Who doesn’t want to have that kind of curve? I hear girls say ‘all of us!’ and I feel you. Can you believe it is possible to achieve without spending much for surgeries? Indeed, we can have it too, naturally with just a dash of discipline and anticipation for muscle aches. Let’s acquire that jaw-dropping butt through simple work-outs from Gunnar Peterson, the man responsible for the miraculous behind, who is also Kim K’s instructor:
Wide Dumbbell Squats
Wide Dumbbell Squats is a simple yet effective technique to improve your behind. It is one of the most popular and used techniques when it comes to butt work outs. You will need two dumbbells in this exercise. Keep your legs wide, and your toes outward. This will let you to work only your butt instead of your hamstrings. Try to do 10 to 12 reps per day.
Lunges target glutes, quads and hamstrings, meaning it will help you get not only Kim K’s butt but her overall curve as well. Forward lunges are similar to squat, except that you have to move your legs in different directions. You should move your legs forward & backward instead of up and down motion. In doing forward lunges, you have choices to just use your own body weight or use dumbbells while doing the exercise. Using dumbbells will also tone your arm muscles, and will give added work to your butt. Try to do at least 10 to 12 repetitions on each leg for better results.
Side Lunges with Twist
This work-out will tone the right muscles with less effort. Side Lunges with Twist focuses on abs, shoulders and butt. It makes sense that though Kim K is all curvy and voluptuous, she still has a flat tummy. Side Lunges with Twists is done by standing with legs apart, and then bending on one side as if you’re reaching your other foot. Keep your other legs straight, while the other one leg is allowed to bend. Stick out your butt in able to do this exercise properly. You can use dumbbells in doing Side Lunges. As you go back to standing up, put your hands up and make twists to the opposite side where you bend your leg. Perform 10 to 12 reps of this workout for bigger behind.
Skater Lunge is also a cardiovascular work-out that would make your heart pump faster, but it’s definitely worth it. It could make your butt look bigger and lifted, as you also work on your thighs and hamstrings. Do skater lunges by jumping sideways as far and high as you can and land on your other leg. Meaning, if you jump with the right leg, you should land on your left leg with the right leg slightly bent. Try to do 10 to 12 reps per day, and see the results in just two weeks. You can watch the video of Skater Lunge here.
Stability Ball Leg Curls
This exercise is a signature work-out from Gunnar Peterson, which he has taught to many Hollywood personalities including Kim. It works on the butt, hips, thighs and the core. It is another technique that is simple yet very effective, as you will use a lot of muscles in this technique. Using a gym ball begin by lying flat on your back with your both arms spread out for balance. Put your feet above the ball, and then lift your hips up. Without your butt touching the floor, draw your legs in by bending your knees with your feet not leaving the ball. Aim for stability and balance. Raise your hips higher, and lower it down to prepare your legs on its default position of straight and just resting on the gym ball. Make 10-12 reps each day for better and faster results.