Fitness Minutes: (16,189)
1,044 10/9/12 6:30 P
Men with "bubble butts" are a dime a dozen in my family. The men tend to be athletic and sport the rounder butt. But if you are doing it to be healthy and tone muscles there is nothing wrong with it. Unfortunately there are those catty people out there that have to make those rude comments. Be proud of what you've done, you deserve it.
Fitness Minutes: (717)
309 10/9/12 6:24 P
Yes my ex had a natural round butt, and nothing wrong with that. And we're never to old to be concerned with being in shape and physically appealing your acquaintance sounds jealous maybe she/he wants a round butt. Be proud of your hard work, being able to shed the weight and define your muscles in all areas, keep up the great work who doesn't like to look at a great looking butt/body. And my male friend now he bike rides all over and it keeps his buttocks nice firm and round and he's 47 nothing wrong with that, are we supposed to age according to your acquaintance and just not care what we look like anymore.
Don't let people like that make you insecure, you should have told this acquaintance we're never to old to care for ourselves and that we could all benefit from working out physical wise, mental wise and stress wise we all benefit from physical activity. Have a great week and keep up the awesome work :o)
I chuckled reading this. My husband is 61 and has never had much of a butt. I think it's a family thing because neither does his sister. He always hated it because he said that he could never find jeans and trousers that fit right. They were always baggy in the butt area.
Good for you for your dedication to exercise. 50 isn't old. I'm 55 and I can out run my 13 year old grandson!! Keep going strong and ignore any future negative comments.
So, I am a middle-aged man and up until about 4 years ago I had NO BUTT! I lost weight and started lifting weights. Still no butt because I gnored my legs. About 2 years ago I realized that I needed to include leg exercises and incorporated squats, leg curls and leg extentions and then later lunges and calfs.
At 50 I now have a round butt. I get compliments about it and like that (I'm sure anyone would). An aquaintence of mine said to me not too long ago, "Aren't you a little too old to be worried about having a flat butt and trying to look muscular?"
grrrrrrr................ Many compliments vs one negative comment
I hate that I even posted about it but I had to get it off my chest.
My retort to her was *silence*.....I'm NEVER silent but she pushed my low self-esteem button and I let her.
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