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Uneven butt-cheeks, sad but true :((

Posted by suelahoo (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 2, 06 at 22:42

Oh, hahahaha...
Sad buttttt true.
My right butt-cheek is fatter than the left. When I lose weight, the left one loses more and so the junk in my trunk stays uneven.
It has not always been this way, only for the past few years. In my younger days my butt was nice and even and all that.

Does anyone have any good suggetions? Slendertone shorts?
If the Slendertone shorts work in the first place, I thought I might crank up the intensity level quite a bit higher on the right side?

Any advice would be much appreciated.
☺Thank you.

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RE: Uneven butt-cheeks, sad but true :((

talk to a trainer ....butt pads maybe...

RE: Uneven butt-cheeks, sad but true :((

LOL,sorry...I know how you feel. To this day one of mine seems slightly bigger then the other too. The best thing for this is leg lifts.
Get on the ground on your hands and knees.Straighten one leg,and lift it slowly about 5-10 times. Do this once a day and your but will get a little firmer and more muscular.Do more on the side that is smaller to build it up more so it is even with the other.

RE: Uneven butt-cheeks, sad but true :((

Maybe you sit on your butt too much and tend to lean or something. You probably need to sit less and get more excercise.

RE: Uneven butt-cheeks, sad but true :((

You probably have a slight scoliosis as many people do - it's just more obvious in some than others, but there isn't a lot you can do about it (besides padding or something).

RE: Uneven butt-cheeks, sad but true :((

You should be glad that you even have butt-cheeks. I lost both of mine when I recently lost 30-35 lbs. I thought about trying the "pencil test", however, there is nothing there to make it stay put.

Don't get me wrong, I am not complaining. It just looks a little weird.

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