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Answer: Scam. You can't lift your butt with exercise.

The (nonsurgical) Brazillian butt lift is a scam and so is any other nonsurgical butt lift. Here's why.

You cannot lift your butt. Muscle doesn't sag unless it is very old muscle lacking in tonus from old age. You can workout your glutes but if you walk and climb stairs on a regular basis, they get a workout routinely and more exercise isn't going to do any “lifting”.

The reason butt lift scams are so popular is because women add fat to their bottoms and, when they do, it fills the lower hemispheres imparting a sagging sort of look to the butt. Then they look at that and think their butt has sagged when it's really only fat suspended below the muscle.

Building the butt muscles with strength training (lunges, squats, etc) will not lift your bum, it will only make it larger. And, it won't become very much larger because women have poor potential for muscular hypertrophy owing to their low level of testosterone. And, if you did do butt exercises, you would have to use very heavy weights because aerobics will not effect the muscles appearance in any significant way. And, you would have to continue to train the glutes for as long as you wanted the larger muscle because if you don't, you lose it.

If you do a quick Google for “Butt lift” you'll see thousands of pages of junk information about a huge variety of ways to “lift” the butt. And, they are almost all scams. The only real butt “lift” is not even a lift. Check with any cosmetic surgeon and you'll learn that butt lifting is no more than fat removal…lipo of the derrière…or butt enlargement which involves implants which are very similar to breast augmentation.

Read this article about butt lifting –> and note the excerpt: “Butt lift surgery is usually performed on those with large amounts of loose, hanging skin on the buttocks and back of the upper thighs.”

So, that should tell you what the saggy bottom problem really is and it has nothing to do with poorly developed butt muscles. It's really all about fat or the loose skin left when the patient has lost the fat through diet which is usually required prior to surgery. So, the solution to saggy bottom is really fat loss and the key to fat loss is diet, not exercise. Here's why.

Any exercise will burn calories but no exercise will burn fat unless your diet allows it. You can burn fat in your sleep or you can run all day and never burn any fat. It all depends on your diet.

Fat loss is determined by calorie control, not by exercise. Good exercises for burning calories are walking, dancing, biking, swimming, sports, or ANY other physical activity which makes you move a lot of weight for a long time. But NO exercise is good for burning fat if you eat too many calories because you can always eat more calories than you can burn. Too many people waste energy and time because they do not understand this one simple point.

So, if you feel you need a butt lift, clench your cheeks and feel them. You'll feel the muscle is tight and the rest is fat. That's your proof that the problem is fat, not muscle and the solution is diet, not exercise. And, because spot fat removal is a myth, butt exercises are not going to burn fat from just the caboose.

The “bottom line” is all about diet.

Good luck and good health!!