Build A Better Backside
Curves are in and many women are looking for a way to improve the appearance of their backside. Some women want to counter the side effects of aging, weight loss, and other changes to their bodies. Other women just want to enhance their appearance. Whatever your reasons, there are two things you can do to build a better butt.
Change Your Workout
There are plenty of exercises you can do to target the muscles in your butt and improve your appearance. As an added bonus—you’ll get stronger and healthier. You don’t have to completely change your workout. Just add a few new things to the routine. Three of the simplest exercises to do are stairs, lunges, and squats. All of these can strengthen your muscles and improve your backside. Running stairs, in particular, will give your glutes a serious workout and you won’t have to give up that calorie burning cardio. Lunges and squats are a great option for those who want to workout without going to the gym or using the equipment. If you want to make them harder, pick up a pair of dumbbells and do shoulder presses, curls, and other lifts while lunging and squatting.
Ask About A Buttock Lift
Exercise is important, but it can only take you so far. If you want to get noticeable results without spending your free time at the gym, ask about a buttock lift. In general, you have two options, the traditional buttock lift, and the Brazilian buttock lift. The traditional buttock lift will remove excess skin, tighten underlying tissues, and re-contour the buttocks, but it won’t add volume. A Brazilian buttock lift uses fat from other areas of your body to increase the fullness of the buttocks. Liposuction will be used to remove excess fat from other areas of the body such as the thighs and abdomen. The fat will then be purified and injected into the buttocks. Both procedures come with advantages and can enhance your appearance and boost your confidence. If you’d like to learn more about improving your appearance, schedule a consultation at Ponte Vedra Plastic Surgery.
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