If your behind is huge and mushy, you need exercises for a fat butt that will shrink and tighten your rear-end.
The majority of a big rear-end is fat, not muscle.
If you think it’s muscle, then compare your huge fanny with that of an elite sprinter’s.
Elite sprinters have oversized buttocks – but it’s visibly clear that this size is solid, rock hard muscle from lots of hardcore training.
In your case, it’s just plain blubber in your buttocks – but don’t despair because I have exercises for a fat butt that you can stick to, because they don’t take that much time.
Exercises for a fat butt don’t necessarily require buttocks-targeting workouts.
This is one of the myths surrounding exercises for a fat butt – that the workout must single out the gluteal muscles in order for it to trim and tone this most stubborn body part.
This is wrong! What you need to do is provoke major fat-burning throughout your entire body, so that the blubber in your rear-end will get burned up.
Lift Weight to Lose Weight
One way to do this is to engage in a strength training program for all the major muscle groups – and with heavy weights – even if you’re a woman.
There is a specific way to train with heavy weights so that you end up torching off all that ugly blubber and becoming LEAN, rather than becoming bulky. In fact, it is extremely difficult for women to bulk up.
My strength training program with heavy weights will strip off excess pounds and make you a lot smaller – and tighter.
Exercises for a fat butt don’t require long sessions of boring cardio.
Aren’t you sick of spending so much time on cardio machines? How many hours a week do you spend on the treadmill, elliptical or revolving staircase? And you still have a big behind. And a soft, flabby one, too.
You’re doing something wrong. Long duration cardio has its place for conditioning and “light workout” days. But long aerobics sessions do not qualify as effective exercises for a fat butt.
Exercises for a fat butt that are extremely effective involve high intensity interval training.
The remarkable thing about HIIT is that one HIIT session need last only 20 minutes, done twice a week, to produce results that you will never see with one-hour-long “steady state” aerobics (machines, classes, outdoor jogging/walking).
If you’re ready to learn how to perform exercises for a fat butt, and are particularly interested in walking or treadmill routines, check out these articles that explain HOW to burn up excess fat:
Lorra Garrick is a former personal trainer certified through the American Council on Exercise. At Bally Total Fitness she trained women and men of all ages for fat loss, muscle building, fitness and improved health.