How to Transform V-shaped Glutes to Round Glutes

It is a round “bubble” form of glutes or a heart-shaped bum is quite common for women.

It is true that we’re born with different genetics for glutes that will largely control what type of glutes you possess.

I strongly recommend that you check out my widely-read post that discusses How Your Genetics Shapes Your Glutes after you read this.

There are at minimum four widely recognised butt shapes, which include heart, round or square. The fourth is an inverted V-shaped.

The shape of the V is not very voluminous and it’s this deficiency of both size and appearance that frustrates a large portion of the population. It is also more common in women who are obese and overweight because they lose muscle. The fat distribution shifts with age from the hips to the abdomen.

If you are naturally slim I suggest you check out this blog post about how to build muscle mass for skinny women.

If you are currently reading this, you may have a bulge that is V-shaped, then let’s dive right into how we can transform your V-shaped tummy to a peachier round glutes set.

What we require is to build up the muscle mass in that and we accomplish that by making sure that we focus our glute training on the gluteus maximalis and having a good amount of food.More Here At our site

Glute Building Nutrition

It’s useless taking a look at exercises that help shape and shape your glutes in the absence of a change to your diet first.

Take a look at this article that I wrote on glute strengthening nutrition.

We need protein and calories to build the glute muscles in order to transform your bulges from a v-shaped shape to round glutes, we have to consume a diet.

I’ve got a brilliant and useful CALORIE CALCULATOR that is available via my site. It’s going to give you personalized calorie goals and macro splits advice and help in building muscles or burning fat, ensure you have a look.

Your Goal is the Most Important

You must spend at least a few hours in a surplus through a high protein diet in order to build your glutes.

It is recommended to train your glutes every 3-4 days for a minimum of 3 months before you notice any changes in glute form and size. In all truth the best bums can require many years (not just a few days) of consistent work and exertion.

If you don’t eat, you’ll not get bigger and your glute’s shape won’t change. The key is to increase your training in order to grow. I highly recommend this article about Progressive Overload and why it’s vital for the growth of your booty.

It’s not the best moment to focus on fat loss, this is about being able to grow. The shape of your glute will change much more if you concentrate on growing instead of shrinking. If fat loss is needed but it’s not until.

Weights to lift,

Be sure to keep it heavy.

Enhance your strength levels (remember the concept of overload in a progressive manner).

Cardio won’t build your glutes. Stop doing kickbacks when you are on the stairs to build your glutes! !

Exercises For V Shaped Glutes

To increase the size of your glutes you should train all the glute muscle from every angle but with V-shaped glutes, we should focus more on the gluteus maximus , which is the most significant one!

Your Go-To lifts will always be your number one priority, regardless of the way you want the appearance of your glutes this is your bread and butter:

Hip Thrusts Barbell Banded in a foot-lifted position machine single leg.

Glute Bridges – Kas Glute Bridge, Barbell, banded, single leg.

Deadlifts Deadlifts Sumo – Conventional, Romanian.

Squats Then, squats Back, Front, Sumo, Goblet, Split.

Lunges – Static, Deficit, Walking.

Abductions – Machine, Fire hydrants, Cable, German etc.

Exercises for the Glute Max

A healthy gluteus maximum gives the glutes their strength and size. It also gives protection against chronic back pain as it helps to balance out the forces emanating from the front of your hips and abs. Thus, the exercises that strengthen their strength are vital for every day health and pain-free living. It’s not just about the appearance of a round bum.

The gluteus maximus is the most massive muscle in the human body . It is responsible for making almost all that is considered your bum and therefore, it’s able to take significant amounts of training in terms of volume and intensity.

In order to build your glutes we must do exercises that work all the major leg and glute muscles . This is done through full range of motion and exercises.

Right from the beginning we’re going to need –

Barbell Hip Thrusts

They are a staple of every good glute-training program , but are especially crucial for people with v shaped butts seeking to add bulk. The hip thrust as well as its variations are responsible for the juicy, big booties seen via social media.

Now is not the best time to be shy, get comfortable with a massive barbell and some weights. my client Emily has mastered 100kg hip thrust in 2020.

I recommend using multiple rep ranges, tempos, and reps on hip thrusts to maximize growth potential.

For instance, if you are training glutes on a daily basis, I will do the following.

Monday – Heavy weight/Low reps e.g. 5 sets of 4-6 reps.

Wednesday at a light weight/high Reps e.g. 4 Sets of 15-20 reps.

Friday Moderate Weight/ Moderate Repetitions with Pauses e.g. 10-15 sets of 10-12 Reps with pauses of 2-5 seconds like the one in the video.

Kas Glute Bridge

They’re now a common practice for my clients, however, it’s the most well-known exercise (but it’s getting more popular). AKA Glute Bridge Kas Glute Bridge uses a minimal range of motion and an uncontrolled, slow pace to focus purely on maximum ending range glute contractions. There’s almost no hamstrings, or quads involved.

It is definitely worth a try! !


The most powerful and king-like of power exercises and a key to the development of legs and glutes. The three main muscle groups targeted by the deadlift can be found in the lower back, the hip and knees. The quadriceps are among them, the hamstrings as well as the gluteus maximus.

Deadlifts can be challenging to master and are prone to ego lifting as well as poor form (see anyone in that gym ) If you’re in doubt make sure to use the load lower or employ an individual trainer.