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How to Have a Nice Butt in a Cheong Sam for Chinese New Year!

Do you Want to Have a Nice Butt in a Cheong Sam for Chinese New Year.. ? Read on.. 

Ever seen a flat butt in a Cheong Sam?

Not very attractive at all. People try to cheat and make their boobs more curvy but if there’s one thing you cannot cheat at, it’s having a nice round butt! (Well I suppose you can actually cheat, but who would go through all that hassle and discomfort of wearing a fake silicon butt?!)

No thanks to that.. at Cikipedia, we are all about working with what we have.. and making it better!

Have no fear. Help is on the way..

photo credit: china.org.cn

photo credit: china.org.cn

Here are our tips, on how to have a gorgeous butt for Chinese New Year, when you wear your super hot Cheong Sam!

1. Running

Running is the all essential core workout, for a good butt. If you can run 30 minutes, that’s great. If you can do 40 minutes, more power to you!

Try interval training on the treadmill as well, to burn off bits on your butt that you don’t like. Running is an easy exercise that aids in weight loss, reduces stress and builds muscle in the legs, thighs and especially the butt. To increase the butt-building potential of running, add hills to an outdoor run. If you’re running on a treadmill, add an incline to the routine. Also, doing a sprinting-running combo will also increase the intensity of your workout to give you a rounder, firmer butt.

TIME: 30- 40 minutes

2. Squats

Straight after a run, do squats tone your butt. Squats are also a total lower-body workout that builds the thighs and hips. Begin squats by standing shoulder-width apart and placing dumbbells at shoulder height. Bend your knees, making sure that they are behind your toes. Lower yourself into a sitting position, pushing your butt slightly out behind you. Tighten your abs and keep your upper body straight. Return to the starting position. Complete 10 to 12 reps for two to four sets.

REPS 15 to 20
REST 30 seconds

3. Hip-Lift Progression

This is good way to relieve tension in your lower back and work your butt at the same time. Lie on your back with your arms at your sides with your knees bent and your feet on the floor. Lift your hips toward the ceiling. Hold for 1 count, and then lower back down. Repeat the lifts for 60 seconds, squeezing your glutes and hamstrings at the top of the range of motion. Be careful not to overarch your spine. To make this exercise more difficult, extend one leg at the top of the lift. Keep your thighs parallel and hold the lifted position for about 5 seconds.Keeping your hips up, place your foot back on the floor and then lower your hips.

Repeat this exercise for each leg. For the ultimate challenge, do it till muscle burn and then drop!

REPS 15 to 20
REST 30 seconds

4. Toe Taps

The lower, looser part of your butt will take a beating from this move, which is good! Lie on the floor with your arms on your sides. Lift your feet, bending both knees to 90 degrees so your thighs are perpendicular to the floor. Now slowly and quietly tap your left toes to the floor, then your right. Alternate tapping feet for one minute. If you feel any lower back pain, don’t bring your toes all the way down.

REPS 15 to 20
REST 30 seconds

5. Lunges

Lunges are a great way to work out your butt, quads, inner and outer thighs, and hamstrings. Lunges will give you a round, firm butt while also slimming and toning your legs and thighs. Begin lunges by placing your hands on your hips and standing with your legs together. Step forward with your left leg and as you land, lower your body toward the ground. Make sure to keep your front knee behind your toes and your back knee close to, but not touching the floor. Rise up, push your weight on your front leg, and lunge forward with your back leg, repeating the previous move. Complete 10 to 15 reps on each leg for two to four sets.

REPS 15 to 20
REST 30 seconds

6. Cross Leg Lunges

A variation of the regular lunge that activated a different set of bum and leg muscles. Stand up straight and when you lung bring your left or right leg across your body instead of straight out in front. Drop your trailing knee to the floor again then step back and do the other leg across the body to the other side. This feels a little less comfortable and is a little harder to balance but you should feel a different pull on the muscles.
REPS 12 to 15
REST 30 seconds




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