An oval „bubble“ or a pair of glutes or a heart shaped bum is a very common goal for women.

However, we are all born with different glute genetics that can influence the shape of glute you are.

It is highly recommended that you check out my most popular post that discusses How Your Genetics Shapes Your Glutes after you read this.

There are at minimum four widely recognised butt shapes, that are heart, round or square. The fourth is an inverted V-shaped.

A V-shaped booty has no volume This is the issue of shape and size that bothers most people. It’s also more prevalent in underweight and older women as they lose muscle and fat distribution shifts with age from the hips to the abdomen.

If you are a naturally skinny woman I would suggest checking this article to learn how to gain muscle mass for skinny women.

If you’re reading this then you may possess a bulging V, which is why we’ll look into how we can change that booty with a V shape into a rounded, peachier glutes set.

What we want to do is enhance the strength of the ass by focusing on the ass by placing our focus on the gluteus maxus and taking in a large amount of nutritious food.More Here At our site

Glute Building Nutrition

There’s no sense in reviewing the exercises to improve and shape the glutes when you’re not addressing your nutrition first.

Look over this article I wrote about glute building nutrition.

Protein and calories are essential in order to build our glute muscles, so to change your large, v-shaped glutes to round glutes you need to take in a healthy diet.

I’ve got a wonderful and handy CALORIE CALCULATOR at my website that will give you your own calorie target and macro splits advice and help in building muscles or burning fat, make sure to explore it.

Your Primary Goal

You should spend at least a few hours in a surplus with a high protein diet in order to build your glutes.

I suggest training your glutes every 3-4 days for a minimum of three months to experience a real change in the glute’s shape and size. But , honestly, a great bum can take many years (not even a week) of hard work and exertion.

Keep in mind that if you do not eat it won’t get bigger and your glute shape won’t change. You must gradually increase the intensity of your workout in order to improve your. I would recommend reading this article about Progressive Overload and why it’s essential for booty growth.

It’s not the best time to be focused on losing fat. This is about building. Your glute shape will change much more if you make a point of growing, and not shrinking. If you are looking to lose fat and you want to lose weight, it’s after.

Weights to lift,

Be sure to keep it heavy.

Enhance your strength levels (remember the principle of progressive overload).

Cardio won’t build your glutes. Therefore, stop doing kickbacks on the stairmaster! !

Exercises For V Shaped Glutes

To develop your glutes it is essential to strengthen all glute muscle from every angle However, with V-shaped glutes it is important to concentrate on the gluteus majorus – that’s the largest!

Your Go To Lifts will always be your priority, regardless of what shape you want your glutes to appear like. they are the bread and butter:

Hip Thrusts Barbell Banded to elevate the foot, machine, single leg.

Glute Bridges – Kas Glute Bridge, Barbell, banded, single leg.

Deadlifts Deadlifts Sumo – Conventional, Romanian.

Squats and squats Back, Front, Sumo, Goblet, Split.

Lunges – Static, Deficit, Walking.

Abductions – Machine, Fire hydrants, Cable, German etc.

Exercises for the Glute Max

A healthy gluteus maximum gives the glutes the size and bulk. It also offers relief from back pain through balancing the pressures coming from the front hips and abs. Thus, the exercises that strengthen the glutes are crucial for regular health and pain-free existence, not just for the appearance of a round bum.

The gluteus maximus is the largest muscle by volume in the human body . It is responsible for making nearly all of what you call your bum thus it needs some serious training quantity and intensity.

To really grow your glutes we need exercises that hit all of the major leg and glute muscle groups with the full range and movements.

Straight out of the box we’ll require –

Barbell Hip Thrusts

They are a staple of every good glute-training programme, but are more important for those with v-shaped butts seeking to add bulk. The hip thrust as well as its variations are responsible for all those large, juicy booties seen through social networks.

Now is not the time to be shy, get comfortable with a large barbell and heavy weights . my client Emily has managed at least 200kg of hip thrust in 2020.

I recommend using multiple rep ranges and tempos with hip thrusts so that you can maximize your growth potential.

For example if you train glutes three times per week, I would suggest the following.

Monday – Heavy Weight/Low reps e.g. 5 Sets of 4 to 6 reps.

Wednesday Heavy Weight/High Reps e.g. 4 Sets of 15-20 reps.

Friday moderate weight/moderate Reps with Pauses e.g. 5 sets of 10-12 Reps with pauses of 2-5 seconds like the above video.

Kas Glute Bridge

They’re becoming a routine for many of my clients, but it’s not known as a popular exercise (but it’s becoming more and more popular). This Kas Glute Bridge uses a limited range of motion and it’s slow, controlled tempo to concentrate purely on extension of the glutes in the upper range, with virtually no hamstrings or quads involved.

It is definitely worth a try! !


The most powerful moves , it is a must for building legs and glutes. The three main muscles affected by the deadlift occur in the hip, lower back and knees. These include quadriceps, the hamstrings, and of course the gluteus maximus.

Deadlifts can be difficult to master , and they are susceptible to ego-lifting and poor form (see any other bro in that gym ) If you’re in doubt you should be cautious and choose low weight or work with personal trainers.

How To Turn V ShapedGlutes To Round Glutes

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