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How To Tighten Your Anus.

Dear Davey,

I’ve been in a relationship for a few months now, and my boyfriend is extremely large down there. He’s around 10.5 inches and very thick. I enjoy bottoming for him, but I have to admit that I’m getting more and more loose. Sometimes it feels hard to hold my sh*t.

Any suggestions?

From,
Ben

how_to_measure_410Hey Ben,

Sounds like a crappy situation. Sorry, I couldn’t resist. ๐Ÿ˜›

I give exercise advice on this blog, and… as it turns out, your anus has two muscles. The inner ring is the internal sphincter and it’s an involuntary muscle. That means, it’s an automatic muscle and you’re not able to exercise it. The external sphincter, on the other hand, is a voluntary muscle and it is something that you can exercise.

But first things first, you may just be paranoid. Instead of becoming “loose”, it’s possible that you’ve just become more accustomed to handling his size. Problems can occur when inserting truly large objects like bottles, arms and so on. These objects can even result in muscle tearing.

A good indication that you truly have an issue is leakage. But there can be many causes of this including constipation, straining, general wear and tear or even childbirth.

Obviously, if you do have an issue, it’s important to consult with a physician.

Having said that, try this.

  1. First, squeeze your sphincter while sitting in a chair with your legs slightly apart. It will feel like you are trying to prevent a leak; you should feel the muscle contract. Do this without contracting your buttocks, tummy or legs. You should feel the sphincter lift up and off of the chair. Continue breathing!
  2. Now, try the first exercise. Tighten the sphincter as tight as you can; hold for five seconds. Relax for 10 seconds. Repeat at least five times to increase the strength of your sphincter.
  3. Now, try the second exercise. Tighten the sphincter to about half of your maximum tightness; hold for as long as you can. Relax for 10 seconds. Repeat at least five times to increase the endurance of your sphincter.
  4. Now, try the third exercise. Tighten and relax the sphincter as quickly as you can. Try for at least five sets.
  5. Do these exercises several times a day. You can do it in the car, while watching TV or even right now. No one will know!

I hope that helps.

And as a side note, I’m probably not the only one that wants to see a picture of your boyfriend’s… well, anyway! Good luck.

Love,
Davey

P.S. If tighter abs (and not just a tight anus) are part of your fitness goals, download Davey Wavey’s Six Pack Program and get started today!

 

 

How To Build A Better Butt.

Dear Davey,

I’m going to get right to the point… I hate my butt. I don’t like the shape and it’s too small. I have no idea what to do. Help!

From,
Jordan

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For both men and women, our asses are important assets. They can be one of the first things that other people notice (other than your wonderful personality!), and can certainly get the blood pumping. Among other things.

Here are few tips for giving yourself a booty makeover.

  1. Build your glutes through strength training. The gluteus maximus, gluteus medius and gluteus minimus are the muscles that define your butt. By engaging in strength training exercises that target your glutes, you’ll build a rounder and tighter tush. Some exercises to incorporate into your workout include squats (this one is the best!), lunges, leg presses and deadlifts. Every few weeks, progress to heavier and heavier amounts of resistance. This process (called progressive overload) will cause your muscles to grow.
  2. Target glutes through cardio. You can also train your glutes through cardiovascular exercise. According to research, jogging on a treadmill is the most effective cardio exercise in terms of glute activation. Adding an incline further enhances activation. If you’re really willing to invest time in the pursuit of an awesome ass, learn how to ice skate… because hockey butt.
  3. Reduce butt fat through a calorie deficit. If you want to reduce butt fat, know that a calorie deficit is required. That means, you’ll need to eat fewer calories than you burn. It’s important to continue exercise when using a calorie deficit to ensure that more fat than muscle is lost. However, keep in mind that fat will melt off all areas of your body… and not just your backside. It’s impossible to reduce fat just in your butt without reducing fat from other areas of your body.
  4. Be realistic. At the end of the day, exercise and diet will most likely enhance the shape you already have. But having a stronger, lean backside isn’t just about looking a certain way. It’s about being strong and powerful. And a well developed butt will help you in other aspects of your workout.

If you want a bigger butt, focus on tips 1, 2 and 4. When building muscle (a process you’ll often hear gym enthusiasts refer to as bulking), a calorie deficit will actually work against your goals. Obviously, building muscle requires a surplus of calories.

If you want a smaller backside, focus on tip 3. When reducing fat (a process you’ll often hear gym enthusiasts refer to as cutting), you won’t be able to build muscle.

Love,
Davey

P.S. For a guaranteed strategy to build muscle on your backside or anywhere else, download Size Matters: Davey Wavey’s Foolproof Guide to Building Muscle!

Answered: Best Exercises to Increase Size of Butt?

Hi Davey,

I’m 18 years old and like my butt, but I feel like it could be bigger. Do you have any fitness tips for increasing the size of my butt?

Regards,
Hassan

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Photo credit: @dattwinandree

Hey Hassan,

Like any muscles, your glutes (a.k.a. butt muscles) will only grow if your current musculature isn’t enough to get the job done. Your body is a very efficient machine and, as such, it doesn’t want to waste the energy required to build and maintain new muscle unless it’s absolutely necessary.

How do you tell your body to build new muscle? Through a strategy called progressive overload.

The idea is pretty simple. Over time, continually increase the amount of resistance you use. As you work against more and more resistance, your body will continually increase the size of the muscles being worked (assuming you’re getting adequate rest and nutrition). This is progressive overload and it will increase the size of any muscle.

There are plenty of exercises that target the glutes specifically. Here are a few of my favorites:

  1. Squats. When it comes to glute exercises, squats are king. Though there are a number of ways to perform squats, using a barbell is my favorite. That’s because you’re able to use more weight; when using dumbbells, you’ll likely be limited by grip strength. When doing squats, lift heavy and make use of the aforementioned progressive overload strategy. If you’ve never seen a proper squat, watch this video.
  2. Deadlifts. Another great barbell exercise to incorporate is the deadlift. Though deadlifts work muscles across your entire body, they’re especially beneficial in building up your glutes. Like any exercise, form is extremely important so check out this instructional video.
  3. Lunges. Last but not least, lunges are another great glute exercise. Though they’re often performed with dumbbells (see this video for an example), you can also a barbell for heavier weights.

If you’d like to exercise recreationally, I’d recommend picking up a sport like hockey. In fact, they don’t call it a hockey butt for nothin’.

Love,
Davey

Video: Amazing 8 Minute Butt Workout!

When it comes to positive people, I’ll admit that I’m pretty high on the list. But, Cassey, my friend and fellow YouTube Next Trainer, definitely takes the cake. I love her!

Cassey runs a YouTube channel called BlogilatesTV, and the two of us teamed up to create a super-intense and amazing 8 minute ass workout to kick your…. well, butt.

Check out the video and let me know if you make it through to the end by leaving a comment. Good luck!

How to Get a Bubble Butt [Video]

So you want a bum like Beyonce? Though bubble butts are largely genetic, there are certain exercises you can do to enhance what you’ve got. Click below to watch my advice.

Buns of Steel: Which Cardio Machine is Best for Your Butt?

Buns of steel could be only a jog away, according to a recent study.

As a gay man, I spend a lot of time thinking about butts. So I was especially excited to get my paws on a new study about glutes (a.k.a. ass muscles) and cardio machines. So which cardio machine is best for your backside? Is it the treadmill, the recumbent bike, the stair master, or the elliptical? You may be surprised by the answer.

Here’s what the study found:

  1. Treadmill (jogging): 48.9% of glutes activated.
  2. Elliptical: 32.6% of glutes activated.
  3. Treadmill (walking): 24.3% of glutes activated.
  4. StairMaster: 24.0% of glutes activated.
  5. Recumbent Bike: 6.0%of glutes activated.

Jogging on the treadmill is the clear winner (running or sprinting, though not included in the study, is presumably even better). Jogging speeds, by the way, are different for different people – it’s based on perceived effort – though most jogging speeds are less than 6 mph.

Here are a few tips to dig even deeper when doing cardio:

  • When walking, jogging, running or sprinting on a treadmill, add an incline to activate a greater percentage of your glutes.
  • When cycling, use the upright bike instead of the recumbent bike.
  • When stair climbing, take bigger steps.

Bottom line: If a stronger ass is in alignment with your fitness goals, picking up the pace on a treadmill takes the cake.