The most attractive part of women’s body is butt. How to make it perfect? This question always confuses you.

While you can change your body composition through diet and exercise, it’s not possible to manipulate the places to which your body tends to store excess fat. Butt is exactly that place. If you care about your body shape, you also have a desire to shed butt fat fast and tone up the booty. If you’re genetically predisposed to store fat in your butt, it doesn’t mean it’s impossible to slim down your backside. It’s just means you have to work a little harder and longer to get the butt you want.

First thing you need to clear your diet. It is important to eat lean proteins, fresh produce and whole grains. Also include healthy fats (olive oil, avocado, nuts). Avoid processed foods which are often loaded with sugar, sodium and preservatives. Drink more water.

The second thing includes cardio training exercises. Some forms of cardio, such as stair climbing and running uphill, will help tone and sculpt your glutes while burning calories. You may also include some training exercises such as squats, dead lifts and lunges to shape your butt.

So, if you finally want to reduce butt fat, we have a great workout for you. Wear a sports uniform and let’s start. Your boyfriend will thank you!

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#1. Curtsy Lunge

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#2. Jump Squat

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#3. Donkey Kicks

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#4. Glute Bridge

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#5. Squat with Side Kicks

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#6. Frog Jump

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