Curvy Ass workout and bum exercises for a big bum a mainstay in your training regime? Thought as much.

Curvy,Big buttocks

Curvy woman has an attractive body with large breasts, a small waist, and wide hips.

Let’s get into the strategies you can use to kick your rear into gear to achieve the Curvy Ass, firmer booty you want.

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Research from the MIT Sloan School of Management found that fitness routines are heavily influenced by the people we surround ourselves with – physically and digitally.

So considering the fact that several IG influencers and trainers constantly post updates on their pursuit of a more peachy rear-end, you’re likely going to want to do the same. Cheers, subconscious.

Perform squats:

Place your feet shoulder-width apart. Bend your knees and lower your buttocks to the ground as if you were going to sit in a chair.

Go as low as you can without bringing your buttocks below the level of your knees. Hold at the lowest point for a few seconds, then slowly raise yourself back up

Perform three sets of 10 to 12 repetitions.

Squats are one of the best exercises for building your backside, so include them in your strength training routine.

If squatting with your body weight alone isn’t challenging, try adding some weights. Squats while holding a barbell in both hands and resting it across the back of your shoulders

To increase the intensity,

Perform single-leg squats: Stand on one leg and slightly bend your knee, making sure your knee does not extend past your toes.

Lift your opposite leg to just above knee height as you do this. To help with balance, extend your hands or grab a wall or a sturdy chair.

Hold this position for 10 to 15 seconds by pressing your heel into the floor.
Perform three sets of five to ten reps on each leg.

Begin with shallow squats and work your way deeper with each repetition.

A  walking lunge is a good way to push yourself: Rather than returning to your starting position after a standard lunge, push off with your front foot and step forward directly into a lunge on your opposite foot.

Perform three sets of ten lunges on each leg.
Reduce knee strain by taking smaller, slower steps. Technique, alignment, and balance are more important than speed.


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