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The 5 Best Exercises For A Rounder, Firmer Bubble Butt

The 5 Best Exercises For A Rounder, Firmer Bubble Butt

Thanks to superstars like Kim Kardashian or the Queen Bee herself–Beyonce–having a round, firm and voluptuous backside is in vogue.

Every women wants a big sexy “bubble butt.”

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This particular body part even has it’s own anthem. Bubble Butt by Major Lazer is the official salute to big booties everywhere.

Besides being able to stop traffic, fill out your favorite pair of jeans or look great in yoga pants, there are some real benefits to having a toned and tight tush.

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Benefits of having a firm “bubble butt”:

The glutes are the fitness center of the body.  They are the largest muscle group and are involved in just about every lower body movement. Strong glutes provide the following functional benefits:

  1. Prevention of knee and back pain
  2. Improved athletic performance and overall mobility
  3. Better regulation of menstrual flow
  4. Reduced risk of injuries
  5. Self confidence boost

The Bubble Butt Workout for Women created by Vitality Advocate shows you how to lift, firm and shape your booty in five simple moves:

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  1. Deep Squats
  2. Straight & Bent Leg Cross Raises
  3. Kick Squats
  4. Single Leg Bridges
  5. Side Squats

This Bubble Butt Workout should be done twice a week and can be modified to suit your individual needs. You can increase the intensity by:

  • Adding weight by holding dumbbells
  • Increasing or decreasing the speed of your reps
  • Shortening the amount of rest time between sets
  • Alternating the order of the exercises

When doing the Bubble Butt Workout, pay special attention to your form. Doing the movements incorrectly could put you at risk for injuries and slow your results.

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When doing squats, try to ensure your knees stay behind your toes and you push through your heels. A common mistake made during this movement is shifting the weight too far forward and pushing through the toes. That small variation adds pressure too the knees and shifts the focus to the quads instead of the glutes.

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Last Updated on March 5, 2021

Science Says People Who Talk To Themselves Are Geniuses

Science Says People Who Talk To Themselves Are Geniuses

I talk a lot to myself. It helps me to keep my concentration on the activity on hand, makes me focus more on my studies, and gives me some pretty brilliant ideas while chattering to myself; more importantly, I produce better works. For example, right now, as I am typing, I am constantly mumbling to myself. Do you talk to yourself? Don’t get embarrassed admitting it because science has discovered that those who talk to themselves are actually geniuses… and not crazy!

Research Background

Psychologist-researcher Gary Lupyan conducted an experiment where 20 volunteers were shown objects, in a supermarket, and were asked to remember them. Half of them were told to repeat the objects, for example, banana, and the other half remained silent. In the end, the result shown that self-directed speech aided people to find the objects faster, by 50 to 100 milliseconds, compared to the silent ones.

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“I’ll often mutter to myself when searching for something in the refrigerator or the supermarket shelves,” said Gary Lupyan.

This personal experience actually made him conduct this experiment. Lupyan, together with another psychologist, Daniel Swigley, came up with the outcomes that those to talk to oneself are geniuses. Here are the reasons:

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It stimulates your memory

When you are talking to yourself, your sensory mechanism gets activated. It gets easier on your memory since you can visualize the word, and you can act accordingly.[1]

It helps stay focused

When you are saying it loud, you stay focused on your task,[2] and it helps you recognise that stuff immediately. Of course, this only helps if you know what the object you are searching looks like. For example, a banana is yellow in colour, and you know how a banana looks like. So when you are saying it loud, your brain immediately pictures the image on your mind. But if you don’t know what banana looks like, then there is no effect of saying it loud.

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It helps you clarify your thoughts

Every one of us tends to have various types of thoughts. Most make sense, while the others don’t. Suppose you are furious at someone and you feel like killing that person. Now for this issue you won’t run to a therapist, will you? No, what you do is lock yourself in a room and mutter to yourself. You are letting go off the anger by talking to yourself, the pros and cons of killing that person, and eventually you calm down. This is a silly thought that you have and are unable to share it with any other person. Psychologist Linda Sapadin said,[3]

“It helps you clarify your thoughts, tend to what’s important and firm up any decisions you are contemplating.”

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