Sagging Buttocks

A sagging butt refers to one that lacks muscle definition in the gluteus maximus, the large muscles in the buttocks. Ideally, buttocks should have firm and taut muscles, giving this area and the thighs, the appearance of definition. However, long hours of sitting at work cause excessive fat cells to accumulate between the gluteal muscles and the external layer of skin, causing the butt to have a saggy appearance.

A sagging butt refers to one that lacks muscle definition in the gluteus maximus, the large muscles in the buttocks. Ideally, buttocks should have firm and taut muscles, giving this area and the thighs, the appearance of definition. However, long hours of sitting at work cause excessive fat cells to accumulate between the gluteal muscles and the external layer of skin, causing the butt to have a saggy appearance.

Causes
  • With age, the gluteal muscles, as with every other muscle in the body, lose their strength and tone.
  • Lack of exercise causes excess body fat to accumulate between the gluteal muscles and the external layer of skin, promoting a saggy butt.
  • Sitting down or staying in one posture for too long causes a large amount of fat cells to accumulate in the buttock area.
Consequences
  • Fat, sagging or flat buttocks are all signs of ageing in a woman.
  • If a woman has a slim well-defined upper body but lacks elasticity or suppleness in the buttock area, the waist will naturally lose its shape, thus causing the lower part of the body to look unattractive.
  • One will be unable to look good in fashionable clothing with a sagging butt.
Treatment
  • Besides regular exercises, professional treatments which help to tone and firm up the muscles in the buttock area will help to improve its overall appearance.
  • For optimal results, seek treatment as early as possible, before the muscles lose their strength and natural elasticity.
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