Why?

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26 Posts
Nov 15, 2014 8:43pm
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I'm doing all workouts for butt almost everyday, and yet my butt is getting smaller.. Why?

22 Nov
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50 Posts
Nov 15, 2014 8:48pm
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I don't think it's getting smaller I bet it's getting firm and tone. Since your working out your body fat is get low which good. Your butt for right now is just basically finding is rightful shape u''ll see.

15 Nov
Idk.. I hope it will be like you sad Thanks :-)
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50 Posts
Nov 15, 2014 9:20pm
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Your welcome and it will squats with weights to build your body more.

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817 Posts
Nov 15, 2014 10:53pm
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Do u take progress photos? And I agree that you are probably losing body fat, but next your booty will start shaping nice and firm.

16 Nov
Yes, I do.. But I started doing workouts because I want bigger and better formed butt..will it be like I want?
22 Nov
Yes you will get a better and bigger booty. Just stay consistent with your workouts.
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6 Posts
Nov 22, 2014 7:20am
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Building muscle takes time.. sometimes a year or longer to build noticeable gains. Don't get sucked into the "big butt" fad too heavily... just  focus on being you, and you'll have what you want in no time!
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6 Posts
Nov 22, 2014 9:17pm
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Yes. Keep going

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72 Posts
Nov 22, 2014 11:41pm
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You also need to rest your butt muscle so it can grow and repair. So maybe everyday just focusing on the butt is a bit too much??

22 Nov
Just like all your muscles, rest days are as important as workouts
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122 Posts
Nov 23, 2014 5:20am
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The reasons are  very easy :
1 when you your your body weight, you are burning the unnecessary fats
2 without weight, you can no5 expect change
3 you have to give you4 butt sone rest
4 dont forget to stretch and your protein
5 it takes four weeks to see th3 difference.

Take a picture now and stop looking at your butt. Make a weekly picture, so you can see the different.

Dont focus on the result, but on the progress...

Pzz

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Nov 23, 2014 5:51am
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Shouldn't you get one day of rest between the workouts to give your glute muscles time to heal and relax?

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