Blogger Reveals The Secret To Growing A Bigger Booty

According to theĀ New York Post, boobs are in and butts are out. But what do they know? How can a body part be out of style? The only difference between boobs and butts is that you can make your booty bigger naturally.

Getting a huge badonk isn’t as easy as it seems. Building a behind takes time patience and consistency. But thanks to Emma O’Neill getting a booty has become so much easier.

The fitness influencer posted on her Instagram a before and after belfie and her results are AMAZING. The main thing she did to get a booty was lifting heavy weights. Weight rooms are typically filled with guys that have huge muscles who are grunting and sweating a ton, so they can be intimidating AF.

In her post she writes a detailed outline how she went from a flat small tush to a rounded peach bottom.

Her booty building tips are straight forward. First off lifting weights is a must. She says that doing barbell hip thrusts, glute bridges, deadlifts, lunges and leg presses with weights are very important. Make sure to be lifting weights that heavy to you because your muscles need tension otherwise they won’t grow.

Isolating air moves like squats, donkey kicks and kickbacks are really good as finishers, but shouldn’t be your sole booty workout. When you do these moves as finishers make sure to do a high rep count.

She also says that you need to eat A LOT of food! Hallelujah. Emma says that carbs are your friend and so is protein. You can’t make gains by just eating vegetables.

Emma’s last tip is patience. Booties just don’t grow overnight. You have to be working on growing those muscles consistently.

Listen, whatever Emma is doing is clearly working so following in her footsteps isn’t a bad idea. Emma isn’t a certified trainer, she is just a fitness lover so make sure to check with a professional taking her advice.

Now everyone can have an apple bottom!


According To A ‘New York Post’ Article, ‘Boobs Are Back’
According To A ‘New York Post’ Article, ‘Boobs Are Back’
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