Dude, Where’s My Rear?
As you get older or thinner, you might look in the mirror and ask yourself:
“Dude, where’s my rear?”
This is a common question people ask as they age, and when they lose flab without proper exercise.
Where on earth did my rear end go?
They notice their buttocks losing all shape and size. It’s just a straight shot down from the waist to the legs on their backside.
Their rump region reduces to almost nothing due to lack of movement. I’m not talking about going from huge to normal. I’m talking about reducing down to a flat pancake. There’s no butt to speak of. At all. This is more of a problem in men than in women.
Your gut should not be bigger than your butt. Not only for aesthetic reasons but for health reasons. Your glutes provide lots of stability and strength for movement, whether you’re jumping, sprinting or walking.
The big gut/small butt combo is a recipe for pain – bad back, bad hips and bad knees. Your alignment’s all thrown off, you’re weak in key areas, all of which lead to misery.
If someone does have an ample arse, most of the time it’s an amorphous blob that needs to be shaped and rounded. Again, only proper exercise can do this. You can reduce the size of your butt with diet alone but you won’t be able to shape it.
Get your glutes here. This is for both men and women.
All the best,
P.S. Size doesn’t matter, but shape does. Whether you’re after a Beyonce booty or a dancer’s derriere, what gives it that round shape is muscle. And you can only get muscle from proper movement. Yes, genetics have a part in it, but you can go from flat and flabby to round and toned. Men and women, go here now to get your buttocks.