How to Get a Bigger Buttocks with Exercise at Home & Gym

The Gluteus Medius

The gluteus medius muscle is a fan shaped muscle that is partially covered with Gluteus Maximus. Gluteus Medius muscle plays an important role in pelvic stabilization while walking. This muscle are the ones that gives your booty the side rounder and fuller look.

The glute medius muscle is also responsible for preventing your pelvis from tilting in your standing leg while moving your other leg forward.

Glute medius is a lot harder to target than it is to target Gluteus Maximus and that is because it is a smaller muscle.

Like I said this muscle is the muscle that helps create that round-shaped form of booty and the importance of training them is often overlooked not until recently when trend with rounder looking butt began.

The Gluteus Minimus

The Gluetus Minimus is located directly beneath the Gluteus Medius, both of these muscles work together to support the rotational function of your hip. Look at it as a ball that rotates right around the bone and gives support to Gluteus Medius to perform the rotating motion and helps keep the muscle in place.

This muscle significantly affects the development and shape of your Gluteus Medius.  

Skeletal muscle is composed of thread-like myofibrils and sarcomeres that form a muscle fiber and are the basic units of contraction.

Everyone of  these glute muscles contract when they receive signals from motor neurons, which are triggered from a part of the cell called the sarcoplasmic reticulum.

Motor neurons tell your muscles to contract and the better you become at having those signals tell your muscles to contract, the stronger the glute muscle will get.

And they are, the more bigger butt muscle you can grow.

So growing your huge buttock at home or at the GYM come as result of how well you are able contract your buttocks muscle when performing a set of butt specific exercises to take the worked muscle to failure.

so let’s take look at how the muscle grows and this help guide your mind.

How The Butt Muscle Grows? (Physiology Of Muscle Growth)

After you finish your booty workout, your glutes repair and replaces damaged muscle fibers through a cellular process where it fuses muscle fibers together to form new muscle protein strands or myofibrils.

These repaired myofibrils (butt muscles) increase in thickness and number to create muscle hypertrophy (muscle growth).

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