GET RID OF YOUR LOVE HANDLES FOR A NICE BUTT
When your working out and exercising trying to shape and lift your butt or even trying to make your butt bigger. One nice butt tip is: If you get rid of your love handles, it will make your butt nicer, more shapely and your butt will look bigger. If you have love handles or muffin tops, it adds weight and dimension to your lower waistline and the upper sides of your hips creating a boxier shape. By toning and removing this area will get rid of those pesky love handles and thin your waistline creating a more hour glass shape and enhancing the way your butt looks.
The obliques is the muscle that is responsible for your love handles or muffin tops. Your obliques are located along the sides of your abdomen, from the tip of your hipbones and they ends at your rib cage. If you strengthen them, you will shrink those pesky love handles and slim your waist and enhancing a nice butt. Strong obliques are the key to reducing a waistline and forming a hour glass figure.
Get rid of your love handles and your butt will look nicer. Add the below love handle exercises to your current butt workouts to help shape your butt and help give you an hour glass figure. Although we focus on the oblique muscles for love handles, it is important to note; you should emphasize on all four core muscles to flatten and tone your abdomen area which will enhance a more hour glass figure.
Planks are one of the top love handles exercises. They will strengthen and tone the abdominal muscles, hips, and back. When working on your planks always remember to tighten up your abdominal muscles. This is great for the sides, and your love handles. Start off getting on the floor on all fours position. Hold yourself up by the front portion of your feet and your arms extended straight down in front of you towards the floor. Now go to your side holding your body weight up with one arm. If this is too hard for you then you should try placing one leg in front of the other for more balance. With the arm that you aren’t using to hold yourself up with, reach down underneath your side and then extend it back up straight towards the air. (see picture) Keep in mind that you want to keep your entire body and core straight and stay focused. Repeat this exercise in multiple reps, and then switch sides.