Should you do aerobics or weight training to get a better shaped butt? Should you do both or emphasize on other? This depends really much on your goals, but if you are aiming to get a bigger butt the answer is quite clear. This depends of course on the current state of your body. Have you been eating really unhealthy life and have gathered a fat storage around the body. If the case is so the best option is then of course to emphasize on aerobics.Cardio workouts and aerobics are mainly aimed to burn fat. Depending much on what aerobics you do, but in general your muscles will get more toned and maybe slightly bigger and you will lose that excess fat around your body. Aerobics will give you that slim, toned look. You have to exercise 3 – 4 times a week to get any real results with aerobics method. So if you are after bigger butt, the aerobics might not be your thing.Then why is it important to get bigger butt muscles to get bigger butt? It is because, the bigger your butt muscles are the bigger your butt will be and look. Butt muscles in good condition will shape your behind to a rounder and bigger look. So the obvious answer to the question, aerobic or weightlifting is weightlifting. If you want to have bigger butt and bigger butt muscles you need to stimulate the muscles to grow and only really effective way to do it is by exercising your butt with weights. Aerobics or cardio exercising is something I recommend to do on the side. It will make your butt stand out more if your body fat percentage is lower.So to get bigger butt you need to do different big butt exercises and perhaps some cardio exercising on the side.
Aerobic exercises are also known for their increase in endurance, and work to increase the functioning of the cardiovascular system to pump oxygen throughout the body efficiently. Regular aerobics increases the amount of oxygen that the cells in the body receive, strengthens the heart to improve its ability to pump blood efficiently, creating muscle tone, increasing red blood cells, and improving mental health concerns related to stress and depression. Some additional benefits are lowering cholesterol, lowering blood pressure, and weight loss. Chronic diseases such as heart failure and diabetes are improved with regular exercise, under the watchful eye of your physician.WalkingIf you’re new to exercise or you are starting aerobic activities when you’re older in age, walking is a great way to burn calories and begin the process to condition your heart to pump better.JoggingIndoors or outdoors, jogging is an excellent exercise that provides individuals with a higher impact workout to burn more calories and make a difference in weight.Jumping RopeCompared to running and jogging, jumping rope actually provides a better exercise because impact is absorbed in both feet at the same time and 10 minutes of jumping rope is the equivalent of a one mile run.SwimmingSwimming is an exercise that individuals of all ages can take part in. If you are overweight, the water provides buoyancy to cushion your joints from impact, while helping you to increase your heart rate, burn calories and lose fat.Outdoor/ Stationary CyclingBurning fat and reducing the risk of heart disease, as well as lowering blood pressure are some wonderful benefits to cycling. Many people watch television or listen to music while cycling and find it quite relaxing.Treadmill/ Elliptical MachinesThis method of aerobic exercise combines jogging and walking while allowing you to lower or increase your resistance. These can be high intensity or low intensity to aid weight loss.Step AerobicsBy incorporating dance steps and arm movements in your routine, with or without weights, step aerobics can be the workout you’ve been looking for. It’s fun, helps you burn calories and is a great way to stay fit.High Weight RepsIf you’re interested in weight training, you will probably be surprised to know that you can actually increase the aerobic impact by using low weights and increasing your reps to get your heart pumping and calories burning.Cardio KickboxingCardio Kickboxing is an excellent high impact work out designed to help you lose weight, burn calories and learn and introduce you to a type of martial arts.