Ok, we know big A#S had been around for a long time but for some reason ever since JLo and Kim Kardashian hit the scene it seems like A#S has taken on a whole new meaning. In my experience and the conversations I’ve had with all types of men, it seems as if black and Hispanic men for the most part have always been into big asses but for awhile now, a lot of white men have been finding that it’s “their duty to get next to that big booty”. Don’t over read, I’m not stereotypically, it’s just my personal observation.
It’s a biological thing. Large butts and breasts are symbols of fertility. At the very most basic level, a man’s attraction to a woman is driven by his need to spread his seed, and a woman’s curves are triggers to a man to begin weighing in his mind whether or not her curves stack up.
Now, if you go beyond the biological crap, it’s really more about personal preference. Some men Do prefer the woman with a large buttocks but some prefer a woman with a more “balanced” hourglass figure. The bust equaling or near equal to the hip.
Other men fall for large breasts as we all know. Others like thin girls with small features while others prefer larger BBW girls, so I think, it’s really all about personal preference.
I’m hoping the guys will comment and give us some insight as to what they really think when it comes to a woman’s derrière. Women are sexual creatures just as much as men and I know the ladies are listening so FELLAS, please comment below with a detailed explanation as to what size A#S you like and WHY?
And fellas…..next week, it’s your turn.
ROUNDER BUTTOCKS WITH BIGGER BUTT SECRETS
Moderately increase your daily caloric intake by around 200 to 300 calories per day. Concentrate on eating healthy foods rich in protein, complex carbohydrates and unsaturated fats. The carbs will provide stable energy for butt-building workouts, while the protein will provide the building blocks necessary to make gains in muscular size, density, strength and definition. This helps to get your butt bigger. Perform step-ups to target the muscles of your glutes, quads and hamstrings. Stand straight with a barbell resting on your shoulders just below your neck. Step up onto the weight bench with your right foot, applying enough pressure to lift your left leg up as well. Step back down the same way you came, starting with your left foot. This helps to get rounder buttocks.
Perform full squats to further target your glutes, as well as your quads, hamstrings and calves. Start by standing up with a barbell resting on your shoulders, just as in step-ups, with your feet shoulder-width apart. Lower your torso closer to the ground by bending at your hips and knees, keeping your head up and your back straight. Pause once you’ve moved as low as you can go, then apply pressure to your heels to straighten your legs and stand back up.
Perform butt lifts to target your glutes as well. Lie flat on your back with your knees bent and your hands close to your sides. Apply pressure to your heels to elevate your hips from the floor, keeping your back straight and exhaling at the same time. Pause once your knees, hips and shoulders form a straight line. Inhale as you return your hips to the starting position.
Perform three to five sets of eight to 10 repetitions for each exercise. You may be able to perform additional repetitions for butt lifts since you won’t be dealing with a heavy barbell. Perform all three exercises together as a complete workout, two to four times per week. Performing the workout more frequently will speed up your progress, as long as you’re consuming enough calories to support muscular growth.