What Does Your Butt Say About Your Health!

The size and the shape of your butt can say a lot about your health. The fat is stored in the butt and it can be a sign of high cholesterol levels, high sugar levels, and hormone imbalance.

If you want to reduce the risk of some diseases, then you should exercise regularly and follow a healthy diet. Here are the best exercises according to the shape of your butt and what does it say about your health.

  • SQUARE BUTT

People with this type of butt have fat stores on the hips and love handles. Core and glute exercises are the best choices for them.

  • ROUND TYPE

This is a nice and healthy butt. The fat stores are at the top of the glute.

  • HEART SHAPED

Most of the people want to have this type of butt, round and full but as the person ages, it can be slimmed and not so way up.

  • V-SHAPED

A common shape for older people because the fat stores are up due to less estrogen. If you want to improve its shape you should exercise regularly.

BONUS

5 Exercises for perfect legs, thighs, and buttocks!

It isn’t easy to tone up the lower part of your body but with these exercises you will achieve that in no time. You will burn the fat and strengthen your whole body. Begin with one set then increase your routine to two sets.

  • SIDE LUNGE

Try standing straight, your legs wide as your shoulders. Now, step to your left, bend your leg, and try lowering your weight over. Go in the initial position and repeat the same with your other leg. Repeat 10 times with each leg.

  • BUTT LIFT MEDICINE BALL

While you are lying with both knees bent and the feet on the ground try squeezing a medicine ball with your knees. Lift your butt as much as you can and keep the neck relaxed. Hold this position for 30 sec. and go down.

  • INNER THIGH LEG LIFT

While you are lying on the side try bending the top over your bottom leg. Your knee on the mat, in front of your body. Lift your straight leg as much as you can and try lowering it without touching the ground. 10 rep. on each side.

  • GLUTE BRIDGES

Lie down on the floor, your arms on each side, and your back straight. Raise your hips towards the ceiling and squeeze your glutes. Neck and head relaxed. Keep this position for a few seconds, then go back. You can do the same exercise with one leg up.

  • Donkey kick

Start on your knees and hands. Straighten the left leg until it is in line with your spine and lower the right one. Now, repeat the same with your other leg.

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