Many women are experiencing less defining tone and curve between their thighs and buttocks. For millions of women, their derrière and thighs appear as one anatomical structure, lacking the definition created by working out and toning muscle.
More and more people work behind desks at computers these days, causing a greater number of people to lack the exercise they need for toning muscles and creating the definition that separates the thighs and buttocks. To obtain a defined curve between the thighs and buttocks, the hamstring must be developed through working out and regular exercise. The hamstring is responsible for ‘holding up’ the buttocks.
Some people may have trouble toning muscles in aggressive manner due to their genetic build. However, no matter who you are, working out can provide short and long term benefits for greater health and more defined muscle tone. In fact, research has shown the term ‘thut’ being coined for the loss of muscle of definition between the legs and buttocks. Many fitness experts are using the term, making it more well-known and helping to raise the awareness of this issue.
While many people worry about how their body looks and if their bottoms are toned enough to look good in clothing, you should know the thigh and buttock muscles are essential for proper posture. If you lose muscle tone on these areas, you will also lose muscle strength as well. However, many fitness experts feel the term is just another passing phase, another term and condition to judge levels of fitness.
Anxiety and self-consciousness are common issues among people that are overweight. This is especially true about women due to the social stereotyping that occurs in most cultures surrounding the expected look of the female body. The great news for these people is that simple exercises can help to alleviate the anxiety that is commonly associated with low self-esteem caused by obesity. Exercises that work in synergy with gravitational pull can help a lot to build muscle tone in the buttocks, thighs and abdomen. Remember that strengthening core muscles can promote your level of over al strength, making traditional, challenging exercises like squats and leg lifts easier on you. You might also keep in mind the benefits of resting between workouts as well. Resting a day between workouts promotes even greater muscle building and toning results.
Toning Thigh And Buttock Muscles
Lifting and leg squats are two of the best, old fashioned exercises for toning thighs and buttocks. Some fitness experts recommend rowing machines for increasing muscle tone in the legs and thighs with the benefits of low negative impact on the joints as well. Exercises like dhanurasana in yoga also help to build greater muscle tone, strength and mass in the thighs and buttocks.