Achieving the butt envied by many can come naturally to a person or you can work hard for it. Admit it, even if you see a person with ‘the’ boot, you can help but stare as they walk by; you know, just admiring and wishing you were gifted with a behind like that. You’re lucky if you already have a noticeable behind, all you have to do is improve it with a few tricks here and there. No more jokes about how you’ll break your tail bone when you sit or your bum being as flat and wide as a continent.
We offer some additional tips and guides on how to get a bigger butt. This might not be the first thing you read that promises bigger butts, but we’ll do at best to help you achieve your goal. Of course you have read all about the exercises of bigger butts, we offer guides on proper diet that goes along with it. Remember, even if you’re a guy, a bum is very sexy to look at. Also take note that these guides won’t help you if you’re not determined; you need to really want it, enough to sacrifice some parts of your lifestyle. If you are, then let’s get started!
Proper Food for that Booty
- Go for the high protein foods – you might be wondering why we suggest protein out of all the kind of food out there. Here’s why, proteins are a key factor in muscle growth and even development. But out of all the proteins, you need to eat the right kind. Keep in mind that this is the partner of exercise; you can’t literally just eat and get a bigger butt. Some great examples of food that contain the right kind of proteins are: eggs, tuna, beans, legumes, soya, nuts, chicken breasts without the skin, lean beans and the like.
- Additional Tips:
- If ever you want to have meat in your meal, always go for the lean and unprocessed kind of meat.
- Meanwhile, if fish is what you’re craving for switch to baking the fish instead; try your best not to go for anything fried.
- Pick your fats and carbohydrates – anywhere you read, you’ll see guides that force you to take out all kinds of carbohydrates and fats in your life. In reality, you don’t have to completely remove them, just replace them the healthier alternatives. Keep away from the ones with so much excess calories or just about anything processed: chips and pastas are high up on our list of no’s.
- When we say healthy carbohydrates we mean food like whole grain bread, sweet potatoes, brown rice, quinoa and such.
- Fats are also helpful for anyone’s health, just as long as it’s the good kind of fats. These healthy fats are fish oils, almond butter, extra virgin olive oil and the like.