Okay, so I'm MTF, and I'm trying to work on getting a bigger butt, because of course. The only problem is that a lot of these workouts I've seen people parading aren't working, kind of.
Basically, my ass is already pretty girly, but petite. Really it looks more like a cute boy ass. Not what I'm going for. All these exercises I'm doing have done a good job of making it stick out more, but I feel like it's not...well, wide enough. Meaty enough, if you will.
How can I achieve the bubble butt of my dreams?
You must be wrong...
There must be some cirurgical method to get what OP wants...
If you haven't been on hrt long enough for fat to redistribute to your butt and hips, there's not much more you can do besides just keep working out, get surgery, or kill yourself and hope you'll be reincarnated as a qt girl with a cute cis butt
I'm 52kg and working on getting up to 60-65kg.
Is fat or muscle more important for a butt, since despite female fat distribution, you're kind of working against a disgusting skeletal structure.
>3x20 Assisted Squats
>3x20 Assisted Lunges
>3x10 Floor Hip Abductions
>Protein before and after
>Water throughout the day
Basically, I do whatever workouts I can ~feel,~ and those seem to do the job to some degree. This is the first I've heard of someone recommending weights. I've been operating under the assumption that using weights will work your core as well, and I don't want that.
I am. Usual dosage, 200mg Spiro and 4mg estradiol daily. It's been about three and a half months, though, so yeah, all that fun stuff hasn't started yet. Luckily I don't need to lose weight, because I'm pretty lean already. If anything I want to gain weight.
In my butt.
I'm not expert but from what I do know about fitness squats (and deadlifts, don't forget your deadlifts) alone aren't going to overdevelop your core. They do hit it but I sincerely doubt you'll see any significant growth there, especially with your lower body getting bigger as well. At most you I believe you'd be looking at a tighter tummy.
Fuuuuck I didn't want to invest in weights.
Also, while I'm here and Google is useless, is there any merit to the high reps-low weight thing for building bulk? Or is that just broscience?
Just look up Bret Contreras stuff, he works near exclusively with women and glute training, I like his approach and writing. He puts emphasis on the hip thrust and indeed uses free weights.
If you don't want to go to a gym, investing in a barbell might be worth it, you can sometimes find used ones cheap.
I'm cis so I don't know about when to start training relative to hrt duration etc.