Kettlebells, for a Fashionable Butt


The readers of VOGUE were recently presented with an article on the ‘Big Bootie Trend’, something that the editors thought a necessary topic since all forms of media have been following the celebrity fixation with larger behinds that make them as famous as their chosen talent.  Now that “We’re Officially in the Era of the Big Bootie,” as the magazine states, I’m glad to know that most of the world’s women, who are genetically blessed with generous butts, can finally feel at ease.

They say the only constant is change and oh, how things have changed! Wasn’t it a seasonal occurrence to overhear a woman in a dressing room ask the sales associate, “this doesn’t make my butt look big, does it?” Or even decades ago when the original barre classes were created, insisting that all movement be based on a tucked-under, hide-your-bum method? Whether the celebrated bums of today are natural or enhanced, they are getting a lot of attention.

Witness Spanx Booty-Booster undergarments complete with padding to fill out the tush, who’d have thought?

While we ladies are not the sum of our parts, we live in a society that obsesses about our assets, so to speak, depending on what our particular lineage celebrates as a sign of beauty and health.

So, are you chasing the body trends, or are you creating a body that’s a home of your design, meant for both function and comfort? Who cares how long this obsession will last! The only thought that should come to mind is this fact: no one can deny the attractiveness of a lifted and firm rear end, regardless of the size.

Fact: whether you want it your butt larger or smaller, your results are achievable when your butt is strong! Strong and flat rarely go together.

Approximately 70 percent of your body's overall shape is genetic, including your butt, and unfortunately, it gets flatter as we age, unless we keep fit. The butt responds by making adjustments in nutrition, exercise and sleep.

You CAN make the best of what you have, for life!

The glutes comprise three major muscles: gluteus maximus, the largest portion, gluteus medius near the top of your hips and gluteus minimus, tucked deep beneath max and medius muscles. Keeping glutes strong is vital for

-Improved posture
-Makes climbing stairs, sitting and standing easier
-Lifting objects becomes easier
-Enables proper structural stability and alignment
-Reduces degeneration of the knee
-Reduction and prevention of low back pains
-Shock-absorption during physical activities

Approximately 70 percent of your body's overall shape is genetic, including your butt, and unfortunately, it gets flatter as we age, unless we keep fit. The butt responds by making adjustments in nutrition, exercise and sleep.

You CAN make the best of what you have, for life!

The glutes comprise three major muscles: gluteus maximus, the largest portion, gluteus medius near the top of your hips and gluteus minimus, tucked deep beneath max and medius muscles. Keeping glutes strong is vital for

-Improved posture
-Makes climbing stairs, sitting and standing easier
-Lifting objects becomes easier
-Enables proper structural stability and alignment
-Reduces degeneration of the knee
-Reduction and prevention of low back pains
-Shock-absorption during physical activities

And… if they’re strong, they’ll be firm and lifted!

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Kettlebells are the ideal fitness tool for firming and lifting, not only your bum, but your entire body. The movements in the KettleX DVD series are multi-dimensional, sweat-inducing butt defining gems, don’t miss out! And for trainers, click here for the KettleX Pro Online Certification Course.

Here’s to you, bottoms up!



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