Miconseption of a small waist and big butt

The question that I get asked the most is, “how do I lose weight, get a skinny waist and get a big butt?” I am sure a lot of you reading this are wondering the same thing. Especially in today’s society that specific look is considered “hot.” Every girl wants the Kardashian body & booty. These women are perceived to be “goals” of what the human female body should look like. But in reality, it’s called money. Every day women are going to the gym and running on the treadmill and doing squats until they die because this is how they think they will create the perfect body. Yes, they are losing weight but they are losing it in the wrong places. Excessive cardio can break down muscle tissue causing you to lose whatever gains you are getting. 

Let me break this down. I am going to explain to you the 3 different body types that we have. They are Ectomorph, Mesomorph, and Endomorph. 

Ectomorph is somebody that is small and skinny, they have a hard time putting on weight, have a very fast metabolism and have a lean muscle mass. 
  Mesomorph is somebody that has very defined muscles, they are athletic and strong, and are able to gain muscle easily – they gain fat more easily than ectomorphs. 
Endomorph is somebody that has a round physique, stocky build, gains muscle and fat very easily, soft and round body and has a slow metabolism. 

Now with this being said, I am not saying that somebody who is an Endomorph can’t bust their ass at the gym for a couple of years and turn into a Mesomorph or vice versa. I am simply putting this here to give you a better understanding of what kind of body types are out there and how they work. 

The Solution 

The key factors to making your butt grow are very simple. There are 3 main butt muscle groups: 

Gluteus Maximus: The largest muscle that makes up the majority of your butt 

Gluteus Medius: The second largest muscle that lies near the outside of the pelvis 

Gluteus Minimus: The smallest of the 3 main butt muscles, which lies underneath the gluteus medius 

If you have any questions or concerns feel free to contact me. 

Coach Q

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