How to Get a Perfect Rounded Butt?


Do you want the number 1 trick to a perfect rounded butt? It’s been over 10 years that I’ve been studying how to get a perfect rounded butt.


And, trust me I was not born with a nice butt. I used to be overweight and I struggled for years to lose fat on my butt. Finally, I figured out the formula to get a perfect rounded butt. Are you ready for it?


It’s the combination of “weight training and yoga.” Now, here’s why hardly anybody knows about this:


Most people who are into weight training say they don’t want to do yoga because they don’t want to stretch.


They always want to build muscle so they focus on hitting the weights and getting bulky.


Now, that’s great, BUT you’re missing the very important element of yoga.


That’s because yoga gets between the muscle fibers and gets rid of all that intramuscular fat.


Let me say that again, it’s “intramuscular fat”, meaning that there is fat between EACH of your muscle fibers.


Just because you’re building muscles, that doesn’t mean you’re going to be reduce the fat that’s in between it.


Yoga’s perfect for getting in between the muscle, and getting rid of that fat. That’s because yoga stretches and elongates each one of your muscle fibers.


Have you ever been in a yoga position and you’ve started to shake? That means you’re burning off a lot of that fat.


Another HUGE benefit is that when you practice yoga, you will prevent injury.


A lot of people who lift weights do so by lifting weights that are TOO heavy and their muscle breaks down because it’s not flexible.


So the combination of yoga and weight training is perfect for building that nice round booty.


So, yes… you want to build muscle on the back of your butt because that’s going to give you the definition and that’s going to give you the perfect, rounded butt that you’re looking for.


But, you don’t want to just keep getting a bigger and bigger and bigger butt, right? This isn’t a rap video.


You want a nice, round, sculpted butt.


Imagine a clay sculptor.

Weight training is like taking clay and putting it on the butt, that’s going to build the mass, that’s going to build the butt muscle.


Then yoga is going to sculpt and chisel it so that you get a beautiful, round, butt that looks GREAT from every angle.


On the other hand, a lot of people who practice yoga don’t want to lift weights.


They think that “if I lift weights I’m going to look like I’m so bulky and huge”, but they’re missing out on the most IMPORTANT formula for building muscle.


When you have the lifting weights and yoga combination, you get the BEST trick I’ve discovered to getting a nice, round booty that gives you strength, and make you feel super confident.


Plus, you prevent injury and you have lots of great energy to do all those amazing exercises in the weight room and on the yoga mat.


So start practicing this and you too can get a perfect rounded butt even if you weren’t born with one.


You can also watch this Video HERE to find out how you can get a perfect rounded butt.


By Andrea Albright, she is an exercise specialist, fitness and weight loss expert and creator of the My Bikini Butt program. This is a step-by-step guide for losing weight while shaping and toning the lower body trouble areas like your legs, butt, hips and thighs.


This program can significantly reduce cellulite and is designed to work in just 28 days without starvation diets, giving up your favourite foods, or killing yourself at the gym.


To find out more about this program, click on My Bikini Butt



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