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If your joints are severely out of alignment due to genetics or a past injury
they may be the cause of the shape of your glute muscle. Your joints may
also be out of alignment due to muscle imbalances which affect bone. Read the posture problems
Do you have any clue what your body fat percentage is? If you are
overfat you may have excess fat deposits in the area you speak of. Simply
adhering to a balanced exercise program and diet will solve your problem.
Read average percent body fat:
If you have tried to "tone" your glutes in the past, you may have performed
exercises incorrectly or had poor exercise selection which built the muscle the
wrong way causing the shape of your glutes to be off.
Your glute muscles may be over or under developed in certain areas also.
Remember the gluteus maximus is the largest muscle in the body. The best
exercise to work your glutes is the lunge. Remember to lunge far away and
keep your body upright to concentrate on your glutes. Read all aboutlunge exercise:
Try to eliminate 2 of the 3 compartments so you can know what to target,
muscle building, fat loss, or stretching to improve posture.