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i want to improve my butt size! i want it bigger, how can i do that?

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Dr. Douglas McNeill
Family Medicine 49 years experience
Maybe exercise: Leg exercises could enlarge your butt but why bother. A large butt is as sensible an attractive feature as big feet. Exercising and eating right for fitness and learning to love your own unique and special features is more important than enlarging your butt, feet, breast, ears or anything.
Dr. Robert Purchase
Orthopedic Surgery 23 years experience
Squats and lunges: The butt is made of the muscle, gluteus maximus. Exercises that strengthen that muscle may make your butt get bigger. But honestly, i urge you to do these exercises for the health benefits (improved strength, endurance, function, and metabolism) and not for the supposed aesthetics. Get comfortable with the way your body is made and its unique size/shape. I'm sure it fits you already.

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