If someone say’s “Hey, I am going to weight train to make my biceps bigger ” , no one will say “Oh no, you can’t make a biceps bigger”
But, if you on the other hand say “Hey, I am going to weight train to make my butt bigger”, then more people will say..
“No, you can’t gain a bigger butt because it is genetic, you are either born with it or not”
Here are my thoughts why some people don’t think it is possible:
1, Women tend to store fat on her butt when she gain weight,and how much fat someone store on her butt is genetic.
But, there is more to a womans butt than just fat, we also have a huge muscle underneath.
A muscle can either be bigger (by working out with resistance/weight training) or smaller (if you don’t train your muscle it will become smaller with age)
2, If a women have fat and start to weight train, and eat less food than she burn, then she will lose butt fat, what happens is that she burn fat and gain muscles at the same time, and you burn fat a lot faster than you build muscles, so she will lose the volume (her butt fat) she had before she started to weight train.
This loss of butt volume has only to do with fat loss and not from weight training in it self.
So,when someone say’s “squat made my butt smaller, or weight training made my butt shrink ,so I will never weight train again”
That only happened because she ate less calories than she burned,and the result was = fat loss.
3, If you want a bigger butt and also want to lose fat, you will see that your butt becomes smaller as long as you lose fat, but underneath, you start to gain muscles slowly, so you wont notice it that much at first.but if you keep on lifting and focus on butt training, you will see greater volume from muscle size, but you must be patient.it takes years of hard training and dedication.
4, If you have a big butt from fat,and you are fine with it and want your butt even bigger, then you also need to eat more calories than you burn to keep your butt fat and also increase muscle gain.
So, most women lose a lot of fat when she start to weight train because she want a smaller waist and more definition on her body,and that is why her butt becomes smaller in volume
If she only lost weight without weight training, then she would have had an even smaller butt.
Plus, there are a lot of women who train without really train her butt with 100%, and if she don’t focus on her butt, then she wont get big results either.
My goal from the first time I ever started to lift weights was to get a bigger butt, it is almost 11 years ago I started to train for the very first time
and I have good experience with glute training and overall curves.I have also helped many women out there to build a better backside.
My butt is mostly from muscles,from hard work and dedication and I do have a lot of muscles in my trunk;-)