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Potsy Weber used to say it
all the time.
“Sit on it.”
Well, the fact is that you do sit on your buttocks for hours and
hours throughout the day, whether you’re at work, in your
car, or in the comfort of your living room.
However, when you’re not resting on the seat of your pants,
your rear end is certainly a vital component in which your body
will universally be judged. For men and women alike, your buttocks
are perhaps the most observed of your physical features.
For many people, especially those members of the opposite sex, the
rear is among one of the first places they’ll look;
it’s the make-it or break-it that determines whether
you’re generally perceived as a babe or a blimp.
If you feel like you’re behind on your behind, give this
quick, effective exercise a whirl. It promises to firm and tone
those hard-to-develop buttocks, bringing your bottom to the top
when it comes to physical assets. Lie on the floor, with or without
the use of a mat. Face upward with your right leg straight ahead in
the air, forming a 45-degree angle with your upper torso.
Meanwhile, the left leg should be bent at the knee with your foot
flat on the floor.
Keep the tension on your midsection while the rest of your body
should be relaxed. As you lift your buttocks off the floor, pushing
very slightly with your left leg, squeeze your buttock muscles
after two seconds. Then slowly allow your buttocks to drop back to
Try doing 12 reps on this side, then switch legs. Do a total of 3
sets for each side.
Of course, there are many other exercises that will hit your
buttocks, namely squats, hamstring curls, and leg presses.
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