Q&A: How can I get my butt realy big?

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Question by SHORTY: How can I get my butt realy big?
I have a flat butt and I want it like Kim Kardashian how can I get it that way?

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Answer by Dorpli
lots and lots of McDonalds 😛

lots it it…

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6 Responses to “Q&A: How can I get my butt realy big?”

  1. kellkell writes:

    probably not gonna work out so well for you
    your body is built differently than hers, but be happy for what you’ve got
    to tone and round out your butt, though, focus on doing lots of squats and lunges, as these exercises attack that area

  2. Camaro Hopper writes:

    hers is fake, so to answer your question, get implants.

    if you want it bigger you can do excercises that work your gluteus like lunges & squats with weights, at the gym they have more dedicated machines that have you lift your leg back with resistance that works your butt. I forgot what excersice that is called though

  3. Kayleigh Thomson writes:

    Get fat.

  4. notsaying writes:

    TRUST ME YOU DO NOT WANT A BIG BUM, I HAVE ONE AND I HATE IT.

  5. Haze13 writes:

    Well you can always try to run up stairs a lot. That works out your butt pretty good.
    Don’t eat crazy amount of nasty foods (junk food) because then you will get cellulite. EWW!! Right?!
    So eat moderations of food that will definately go to your keester (for me it is bread.) and just run stairs and MAYBE! You will get the keester you want! That is just an option. Every person has a different system that works in many many different ways. So be open minded and try different things. But dont try it just once because results won’t show that quickly. 😉

  6. ny writes:

    The right cardio exercise and weight training activities (like squats
    and deadlifts) can make a difference in your backside and help you get
    those buns of steel. Find out the best cardio and strength training
    exercises for strengthening and firming up your rear.
    1. Squats.
    Squats are one of the best exercises you can do for your hips, butt
    and thighs. Stand with feet hip-width apart and squat, keeping back
    straight, abs in and knees behind your toes. Let your butt lightly
    touch chair and squeeze butt to stand up. Repeat for 2-3 sets of 8-12
    reps and add weights for more intensity.
    2. Lunges. Stand in a split
    stance, with feet about 3 feet apart. You want both knees to be at
    about 90-degree angles at the bottom of the movement, so adjust
    accordingly. Hold weights in each hand (or place a barbell behind the
    neck) for added intensity. Bend the knees and lower the back knee
    toward the floor, keeping the front heel down and the knee directly
    over the centre of the foot. Keep the torso straight and abs in as you
    push through the front heel and back to starting position. Don’t lock
    the knees at the top of the movement. Perform 1 to 3 sets of 10 to 16
    reps according to your fitness level and goals.
    3. Step Ups. For step
    ups, you simply place one foot on a step or platform and push through
    the heel onto the step. This is an excellent exercise for the glutes.
    4. Hip Extensions. Lie on the floor with feet propped on the ball,
    legs straight. Keeping abs tight, slowly lift your hips off the floor
    (squeezing the buttocks) until body is in a straight line. Hold for a
    few seconds and lower, repeating 10 to 15 times.
    5. One-Legged Deadlifts. You should skip this exercise if you
    have any back problems. To do this move, take the left leg back just a bit, lightly
    resting on the toe. With the weights in front of the thighs, tip from
    the hips and lower the weights as low as your flexibility allows. Keep
    your back flat or with a natural arch and make sure you keep the abs
    contracted to protect the back. Squeeze the glutes of the working leg
    to raise back up. Do 2-3 sets of 8-12 reps.
    6. Hiking. Now the
    exercises listed above aren’t the only strength moves for the glutes,
    but we often forget that there are cardio activities that will also
    engage the backside. Hiking is one of those activities and it also
    burns tons of calories. Also, walking up an incline automatically gets
    your glutes more involved and, if you’re wearing a backpack, you’re
    really getting a workout. A 140-lb person burns about 390 calories in
    about an hour!
    7. Biking. Riding a bike is great for your heart and it
    also targets almost every muscle in your hips, thighs and butt. On a
    stationary bike, alternate 3 minutes at 70-80 RPM with 2 minutes at
    100-110 RPM for a calorie-blasting 30 minute workout. You can also try
    Spinning at the gym or riding outside. Gear up to really work your
    glutes! A 140-lb person burns 335 calories in 45 minutes.
    8. Running. Running, like walking, is accessible, easy to learn, reduces stress,
    helps in weight loss, and it makes you feel good. Plus, it really
    works your butt, especially when you add a few hills to your regular
    running route. A 140-lb person burns 475 calories during a 45 minute
    jog.
    9. Kickboxing. Kickboxing was a hot item back in the day, but it’s
    still a great workout. Controlled kicks work your hips, thighs and
    butt while complex combinations that include punches will target your
    abs to make them stronger. A 140-lb woman will burn up to 500 calories
    with 45 minutes of kickboxing.
    10. Walking. Walking is easy: you can do
    it anywhere, anytime with no special equipment. There’s no learning
    curve and it’s something you can incorporate all day long. If you walk
    up hills, you can really target your glutes and, if you pick up the
    intensity, you’ll burn some of that extra flab off your buns! A 140-lb
    person burns about 300 calories an hour during a brisk walk.

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