8 Reasons Why Your Butt Workout Isn't Giving You A Killer Booty

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Women's Health may earn commission from the links on this page, but we only feature products we believe in. Why trust us? Sep 11, Getty Images Remember that Greek myth about the dude who was eternally doomed to push a boulder uphill, only to watch it roll back down again? Well, for plenty of women, the challenge to get a chiseled, goddess-like bum could feel like the same never-ending struggle. When it comes to toning up your backside, technique is everything—and once that goes out the window, so does all your hard work. Keep your shoulders back not rounded and place your feet hip-width apart or wider. At the bottom of your squat, your thighs should be parallel to the floor, with your knees slightly over your ankles. In reality, change happens when you push yourself beyond your comfort zone. That usually means heavier weights and fewer reps.

After that yet, men are attracted to behinds for procreative reasons. As biopsychologist Dr. Gordon G. Gallup, Jr. But t we couldn't help wondering: Since men don't usually pop out babies, what's the possible scientific reason for women thinking a guy's butt is adorable, as some of us have been informed by our significant others after we try on a new brace of boxer-briefs?

Photo: Getty. Welcome, readers, to Butt Week. My bottom is large and about. I have a inch waist after that inch hips. When you have a big butt, people throw that dress up at you a lot. The add I squat, the more it grows.

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