Ladies, let’s be honest—our booties are one of our biggest assets. You wouldn’t abandon any other important asset in your life, would you? Didn’t think so. So whether you are beginning your journey into the wonderful world of fitness, or you have been a workout fanatic for quite some time already, there is one very important rule you have to follow:
DO NOT SKIP BOOTY DAY.
The Booty Building Box was developed with women like you that are searching for ways on how to build glutes fast. We are the answer to that very question, and not because we have a secret booty sculpting pill that will grow and tone your butt overnight. Oh no. You still have to put in the work—and that’s the best part.
The secret to a plump rump and strong, toned glutes, is knowing what kind of asset you have and what booty exercises you need to do in order to achieve a desirable derrière. After taking a brief survey to learn your booty type, we’ll send you the results so you know which Booty Building Box will provide the best glute exercises for your booty type. Take our survey and start building a strong booty today!
The Importance of Building A Strong Booty
Now, why is it so important to not skip booty day? For starters, take a moment to imagine what life would be like if songs like Beyonce’s “Bootylicious” or Sir Mix-a-Lot’s “Baby Got Back” never existed. Second, and more importantly, you are putting in so much of your time and energy at the gym to build, tone, and develop the rest of your physique, a flat bottom will only put the rest of your hard word to shame. And third, there are so many other beneficial effects of working your glutes that will help your performance in different areas of your workout.
There are three main muscles that comprise your backside:
- Gluteus Maximus: the primary butt muscle AND the largest muscle in your body.
- Gluteus Medius: the butt muscles that is positioned in front of the anterior gluteal line.
- Gluteus Minimus: a secondary muscles that is positioned deep and in front of the gluteus medius.
All three of these booty muscles work perfectly in conjunction to control nearly every lower-body movement, especially running. So even if you prefer running to lifting, building a strong booty will power your movements, strengthen your quads and hamstrings so you can run at your full potential.
Prevents Other Injuries
You don’t have to tell us, a trained booty is a pretty booty. But a trained booty also supports a healthy posture and prevents injuries to your hips, knees, and ankles. Think of it this way: if your glutes aren’t strong enough to perform their required functions, like hip extensions when walking and running, other muscles that aren’t structured for those functions are forced to compensate for what your glutes are lacking. These “back-up” muscles will inevitably become overstressed, which may result in lower back, knees, and hip pain. Weak gluteal muscles can lead to poor spinal alignment which pose additional risks of injury.
Improve Your Athletic Performance
Running marathons, boxing, training, dancing, basketball, yoga—you name it—us girls can do it all. And you can bet that giving a half-assed effort is just not in our DNA. So to give your workouts the same amount of effort will only set the tone for your athletic performance elsewhere. By following the Booty Building Box glute exercises to build strong glutes, it will help improve your speed, agility, and jumping skills. If your week is consumed with practices, try to add in a day or two in between of only lower body strength training. After a consistent routine, you should notice a significant improvement in your athletic performance.
Now that you know the importance of building a strong booty, it’s time to get after it. Support good posture, relieve yourself from hip, knee, and back pain, all while you are improving your athletic performance. If you haven’t by now, be sure you take our booty survey to learn about your booty type and order your Booty Building Box today! Once you notice your astounding progress, share your results with us by sending us a message!