How to Make Your Butt Bigger and More Appealing

Updated on December 3, 2018
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I am a fitness enthusiast who wants to help people see the benefits of personal fitness to allow people to live their lives to the fullest.

Let's face it: men prefer nice round buttocks, and women do too. It’s a sign that you are in good shape. When a woman enters a room, a guy will check her out as she's coming and going. When you enter a room they will mainly look at your eyes, lips, hips, and chest — you get the idea. To seal the deal and have a guy hooked is when your leaving. If you a have a flat butt, a guy will stop checking you out after one look at that flat bottom. On the other hand if that behind is nice and round, leaving no space left in those jeans (as if they were painted on), he'll be telling his friends about what he just witnessed (warning! you don't want to hear what he's got to say about it, but it's a good thing. Trust me). To put it simply, you want a nice round, firm buttock, not a flat, loose, plain one. You're looking for a butt that looks good in a bikini, leggings, pants, or a nice pair of jeans. There are ways to make your buttocks round and firm. Here are some simple and fun ways to get your butt into shape.

Improving Posture

You can start by improving your posture. Throw your shoulders backs and arch your lower back. This will make your butt look more noticeable as you walk. This method will also strengthen your core muscles (a good core is very important) supporting your spine. It also makes you appear slimmer and more confident. So having good posture is very important. Check your posture when every you get the chance. For example, when you come across a window check you posture and your butt. Believe it or not improving your posture and building a strong butt goes hand in hand.

A Proper Diet

A proper diet is very important when building muscle. Eating junk foods can cause health problems making your efforts useless. So you want to try to consume protein, complex carbs and your fruits and veggies. It is also important to eat every two to three hours. If you don’t know what complex carbs are examples would be foods like sweet potatoes, lettuce, corn, oatmeal, whole wheat bread, pasta, oranges, plumes, pears, and grapefruit. I hope this article help you ladies get the shape you always wanted. One important thing to remember: when developing your booty don't compare it to others; we are all built differently and you want to be happy with your results.

How Do You Get Your Butt in Shape

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Get Off Your Butt

Getting active is key ingredient to getting a curvier bottom. Sitting on your butt all day and eating is not going to work, if anything is just going to make your butt big, soggy and unappealing and that's not what we're trying to do. There are plenty of actives that women enjoy doing that get their bottoms in shape. For those of you who may have a hectic schedule and have a less than an hour to spare, you can try some a home fitness workout routine that is designed to improve your core and butt muscles. As long as you remain active I'm certain you'll have the body you've been searching for.


Ladies stop standing around holding the wall up and get out on the dance floor or go play "Just Dance". Dancing help strengthens the bones and muscle without hurting your joints, improve posture and balance, increase stamina and flexibility. Be confident knowing that the guys are checking you out. So don't be that girl that stands around a watch other girl dance and then have the nerve to make smart commons about them, at least their having a good time. There are all kinds of dances out there that you can try such as belly dancing, chair dancing, or pole dancing, which uses the lower part of your body to steady themselves as they move across the floor, descend from the pole, or to move and grove in the chair. These dances involves the hips, buttocks, hamstring, and quadriceps, so it wouldn't hurt to give them a try.

Roller Skating

Roller skating is a fun way to tone your backside. It is an aerobic exercise that works every muscle of the body. Its low impact so it won't be as bad on your joints as with other exercises. The most important part is that is can tone your bum as well as give you great looking hips. Also you may ending spending hours at the skating rink; so can you imagine home many calories you'll burn skating with your friends (not to mention meeting cute guys).



Sports are another thing that will get your butt in good shape due the amount of leg work that is required. Play a nice one-on-one game of basketball or football with your boyfriend. You could play guys versus girl’s game of volleyball. Tennis would be another sport that'll provide a good workout, just look at Serena Williams. Some prefer taking a run to clear their head. Soccer is an all leg sport so you should get the idea that I'm driving at.


Swimming works most of the muscles in your body and with not as much strain on your body. No matter which stroke you use to get across the pool you need to use your whole entire leg. It helps shape your body by massaging your skin and muscle ridding you of unwanted fat. Any type of stroke will add muscle mass to your buttocks. There are techniques that will work your butt and thigh, for example marching in place and water jumping jacks Best part is that you may find yourself swimming for hours burning so many calories. So take a dive and do a few laps.


Yoga is used to relax the mind and increase flexibility, but it is also a great way to tone your butt. It is made of resistance training and other fat burner exercises. It involves poses that is meant to strengthen the whole leg. Some pose like the "table top" and the "bridge pose" are highly effective for the butt. So if you're looking to tighten your bum as well as stretching and strengthening your abdominal area, yoga is a good place to start.


You want to add muscle to your butt to make it more round and firm instead of soggy. The proper exercises along with the proper diet will get you the best results. Exercises that works the buttocks would be:

  • Squats-This exercise is said to be the best exercise that will work your butt, hips and thighs. Stand with your feet parallel and shoulder width apart and slowly lower your hips. Return back to the starting point once your knees begin to go pass your toes.
  • Lunges- Just like the squats, lunges work all of your major muscles of your lower body. With a straight back, take a big step forward. Your front knee should be at a 90 degree angle. Keep the weight on your back toes and drop the back knee towards the floor(don't let the back knee touch the floor). Return to the starting position and switch legs. Note, adding weight to this exercise(like a 15 pound weight) will give you better results.
  • Step Back-This move is pretty much like a reverse lunge, but your going to need weights (nothing to heavy). Your going to take one step back into the lunge position. Make sure your knees don't go pass your toes. Squeeze your buttocks while you step back.

These are just a few exercises that will your buttocks, there are plenty out. Also squats and lunges has several variations that will target your butt muscles.

Get Active

Other activities may include jogging, hiking, soccer, or skiing. The point is to at least spend a half hour or maybe a whole hour doing some type of these activities.

Active Ways for an Appealing Booty

  • Dancing
  • Roller skating
  • Sports
  • Swimming
  • Yoga

Do You Really Need More Booty or Curves

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What Makes a Perfect Butt

Some women complain that their butt is too small. That may not be the case. Truth is that you may have too much fat that you butt isn't noticeable. For example, you may have love handles, so when look at your butt in the mirror it's hard to notice where butt begins (if that makes sense). The point is that you need more curves not a bigger butt. So if you got a muffin top or thunder thighs, you may want to work getting toned instead a bigger butt.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.


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    • kenyaentrepreneur profile image

      Daniel Long 

      4 years ago from All Over

      Swimming? I would have never thought about that. Thanks.

    • ThoughtsWriter profile image


      5 years ago from America

      Just eat! Guys don't all necessarily won't a firm, toned booty. Just big!

    • prajwalpokharel profile image

      prajwal pokharel 

      6 years ago from kathmandu

      i came here thinking this hub is funny but i found it informative too... thank you

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      nicki minaj daughter 

      6 years ago

      Well I really need more butt n hip so I will try these steps

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      Devika Primić 

      6 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      How to make your butt bigger and appealing useful tips here and well approached on the topic. Sounds a helpful hub

    • Victoria Lynn profile image

      Victoria Lynn 

      6 years ago from Arkansas, USA

      Oh, this is funny. Good suggestions, but I really need to find a way to have less curve and less butt! LOL!

    • DDE profile image

      Devika Primić 

      6 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Awesome tips here for a great butt well suggested

    • howtostayhealthy profile image

      Ferdinand Receno 

      7 years ago from San Pablo City

      Very interesting hub. I'm only doing the glutes exercises they are quite effective, give good results.

    • Ronny Reaves profile image

      Ronny Reaves 

      7 years ago

      you forgot about the 2 best exercises for a bigger butt which is the hip thrust and butt bridge. go here to see how to do them: but also make sure you avoid those workouts where you do marathon reps of over 50 b/c that will only make your butt firmer and not much bigger

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      7 years ago from Bangkok

      Great hub soconfident. Voting it up and sharing. Lunges and squats are 2 of my favorite workouts. They're easy, effective and I can do them at home without the need of any exercise/gym equipment.

    • soconfident profile imageAUTHOR

      Derrick Bennett 

      7 years ago

      Thanks I'm just telling it from a guys point of view

    • yoginijoy profile image


      7 years ago from Mid-Atlantic, USA

      You know, I am a runner, and I do notice the heads turning in the gym. It makes me laugh! As a female, I am not so "visual" but I am learning that the men certainly are! What an interesting idea for a hub! Great job!

    • rutley profile image


      8 years ago from South Jersey

      Had a flat butt for years....still do....wrote a hub about it....check it out if you can! Voted up and thanks!


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