How To Get Hips And Booty Curves (3 Moves That Work!)

How To Use This Curve Building Routine

You don't need to train your lower body more than 3 times a week.

If you want to get the best results growing your glutes and amplifying the curves of your hips you MUST give the muscles time to rest, repair and grow.[1]

For example, if you start your workout on Monday, rest on Tuesday then pick it up back again on Wednesday.

Training back to back won't give the glutes enough time to recover.

Don't make that mistake!

It will just give you the opposite results, meaning smaller glutes.

At some point you might get bored of this routine, so if you want to spice things up here's a list of glute hip focused workouts you can interchange with:

What Foods Make Your Hips Wider?

Obviously if you're doing this routine, you want to build lean muscles with curves and not excess fat around your hips.

For that to happen you have to eat REAL food that are nutrient-dense.

You can't expect to live on junk foods and expect to build muscle.

Yes, that's a bit harsh but it's the truth!

The only thing you will gain is excess fat around your thighs, hips and even your belly.

So, it's time to keep the processed food at the bare minimum and start eating high quality foods that you prepare at home.

If you don't have time to prepare food daily then make sure that wherever you buy food they are selling real food that will support muscle growth.

Not processed junk!

Stay away from those if you want to get the fastest results possible.

Here's a list of nutrient-rich foods you can add to your diet that will absolutely grow your glutes and hips.

And remember, in order to gain muscle you have to be in a calorie surplus.

Use this curves building meal plan as a guide to help decide your eating habits daily.

Now Get Started…

For this to work you must stay consistent with the training and nutrition.

This is where a lot of people fall off and wonder why they're not getting any results.

Nothing worth having happens overnight, so you have to keep your willpower strong and keep going. If you're doing the work, the results WILL come.

There's no doubt about it, if you stay consistent!