For such a long time the classic slender silhouette of a Victoria’s Secrets model was upheld as the ideal feminine shape. It was partly influenced by fashion, as you could fit in just about any kind of item. But it was also heavily influenced by the glamor and modeling scenes. Thankfully, a new movement called ‘fit-curvy’ has taken the reins and more and more women are following it. The movement greatly encourages daily workout sessions but focusing your energy on various parts of your physique. Curves are back in fashion. Everybody wants to celebrate their natural body shape and accentuate their lines even more!
Your exquisite derriere
Men and women both have different and eying features. Men have a V-taper body shape while women naturally have an hourglass shape. One of the best features of your body is your rump. It’s one of the curviest parts of your body and if you were to focus a little energy on it, you would be proud of it even more. Here’s how you should do this.
- Lunges! – Simple, easy, and highly addictive. Lunges are an excellent at-home workout that you can do standing or while moving forward with each step. Your hamstrings, thighs, and glutes will all be getting a brilliant workout. Remember to squeeze at the bottom and when you return to an upright position to get the most out of each rep.
- Vampire squats – As the name suggests, you place your arms across your chest in a cross shape. You then remain as straight as possible in your upper body and then squat straight down, keeping your back rigid as possible. This will improve your calves, glutes, and hamstrings.
Abs and bosom
Contrary to what you might have been told, women do have curves around their waist. It’s not just all hips you know. The shape is made by your abs and the surrounding tissue that is shaped inward the more your abs are toned. Lie down on the ground and commit yourself to do shape, rapid full-motion crunches. Sit-ups and leg raises are also great options.
To accentuate your bosom you should do full-motion lateral shoulder raises. This will lift and tone your chest and front shoulder muscles which then raise your bosom. Unfortunately, some women find that even with this kind of workout, they just don’t have the genetics for a bosom of their liking. Thankfully, speaking with a breast surgeon who can augment your chest will give you plenty of other options. They can give you additional size, enhance the shape, and also make both of your breasts correctly proportioned to one another.
Don’t forget your calves!
One of the most unloved yet beautiful parts of the female body is the calves. When you have full, firm, and shapely calves, you look better in jeans, dresses, and in heels. You can start off your calve improvement journey by doing simple calf raises but also touch and hop. Both techniques are done standing so there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be doing these at home.
You have a beautiful physique naturally. But it could be made even more incredible by supporting your natural curves with these workouts.