Yanet Garcia gave put her curves on display while doing squats in a video she recently uploaded to Instagram.
The video looked to be part of one of Yanet’s booty workout sessions, as it was in a gym. The Instagram sensation stood in front of a set of mirrors situated in a corner with her back to the camera.
The video began with Yanet standing with her legs spread apart holding her arms over her head appearing to stretch before moving into a squat position. A flash of her tight abs could be seen in the mirror in front of her, but the stunner’s derrière stole the show. Her booty was impossible to miss, as it was positioned right in front of the camera as she began to do several squats.
After completing a few of the squats, she then switched her leg position, which gave her followers a nice side view as she did the exercises. She returned to her original position before moving to show herself doing the exercises from the opposite side. She repeated this routine a couple of times before the video cut off.
The brunette beauty looked stunning in her activewear, which hugged her every curve. The gray-and-black camouflage set included high-rise yoga pants and a long-sleeved crop top that featured a sexy keyhole in the back. She sported a black baseball cap and a pair of black sneakers to complete her look.
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Yanet’s 12 million followers seemed to enjoy the video. Many left fire and heart emoji in the comments section, but others used words to tell her what they thought of the post.
“Bootyful,” joked one admirer.
“You have to know what your doing to millions of men across the globe when they watch your videos like this,” quipped a second fan.
“Damn girl you look good,” wrote a third follower.
“Takes a lot of hard work, dedication to keep yourself in that shape!” commented a fourth Instagram user.
Fans of Yanet know that she is dedicated to her fitness and recently teamed up with Fit Plan, an online training app that allows users to connect with trainers. She has shared a few videos of her working out but she also likes to showcase her fabulous figure in more revealing outfits. She recently rocked a pair of Daisy Dukes and thigh-high boots while on the set of Hoy, the program for which she delivers the weather in skimpy clothing.
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Getting to the Bottom of It. Booty Obsession is Real.
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GETTING TO THE BOTTOM OF IT – BOOTY OBSESSION IS REAL
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Have you noticed that the derriere is having an extraordinary moment? Our collective booty obsession, in fact, is the new normal. And the coveted ass is more celebrated now than ever and our infatuation with it is still evolving.
When did all the enthusiasm begin? In the 1960s, the fashion trend, hot pants, the shortest of all shorts, clearly contributed to our admiration of the derriere and begged our attention turn to the body part that had in the past been largely ignored. Fashion dictated what was desirable – a thin and lithe body with a tiny tush. This was the ideal body type of the time and it was splashed across the covers of every high end fashion rag. My how things change.
In 1976 KC and The Sunshine Band commenced sensationalizing the booty in their catchy little tune called “Shake Your Booty.” The song was captivating and very popular – and quickly became a Top 40 song and just like that, the celebration continued. The booty instantly became part of our culture and bum patrol was born. The 1990s further promoted our obsession when a very tiny piece of lingerie, the thong, made its mainstream debut with stars like Britney Spears who shocked the world as she frolicked on stage. (Rihanna and Miley Cyrus were not that far behind). And the gluteus maximus mania marched on. However, our most modern and pop culture obsession with it was inspired by the renowned bootylicious larger celeb tushies of Hollywood and one in particular actually launched her entire career because of it. You know who you are, Kim Kardashian. Other booty A-listers, Nicki Minaj, and the original booty celeb Jennifer Lopez solidified the coming out party. Ms. Lopez’s rear end, in fact, was so special that she was obliged to insure it for millions! Crazy, right? And yet there are future booty stars on the rise that you should know about. Does Jen Selter’s name ring a bell? If not, then listen up. This social media celebrity goddess who has eight million Instagram followers has, in fact, earned herself some serious butt recognition – her ass has been touted as the penultimate of all asses.
So now suddenly we have a measurable tushy economy that is dedicated to exploiting the regaled rear end and booty “experts” have popped up everywhere. There are exercise programs, systems, machines, gyms, trainers, food, and supplements dedicated to enhancing and strengthening the gluteus maximus. The fashion industry has exploded with its many options to dress your junk in the trunk – including a plethora of gorgeous yoga pants which have become a fashion staple – you can either hide it or enhance it. And if neither design nor hocus pocus can satisfy your desire, there is always pricey buttocks implant surgery which, by the way, happens to be on the rise in the U.S. So for those who want to achieve a curvier derriere now, going under the knife is an option. But, I’ve got some good news for you and probably a more sensible alternative…. If you are patient and willing to work hard, exciting results are still in your future.
Ok, so what’s a girl to do? The answer, my friends, is in a well-known exercise called “the squat.” Here to tell you all about it is trainer and powerlifting expert, Mike Sarni of Strength Design. www.strengthdesign.org.
Whether you are on a mission to build your booty, just starting to research workout programs or you are an elite lifter the one exercise you will continue to hear about is the barbell squat. The Squat is the best exercise in the gym, especially if you are looking to add size to the glutes. It’s not a complex exercise and seems fairly straight forward but paying attention to some of the details will aid to getting the full benefit of the movement.
Let’s start with bar placement on your back. You may have heard of people speaking about low bar or high bar squats. Pros and cons can be discussed for either however I usually base my decision, on the individual, on whatever feels most comfortable and safe.
When putting the bar on your back you should try to pull your shoulder blades back and together, flexing the upper back. I like to refer to this as creating a shelf for the bar to sit. Your hand placement should be comfortable but close to your shoulders, this helps to keep you shoulders back and your chest up.
Once you have established a shelf for the bar to sit we can begin the setup of your stance. Finding a perfect stance should be fairly easy, it should be comfortable. If you are a (brachiomorph) someone that has shorter legs and longer torso you may want a narrower stance. If you are a (dolicomorph) someone that has longer legs and shorter torso you may choose a wider stance.
I normally suggest that you turn your toes slightly outward, this allows for a little more hip mobility, helps to fire the hamstring and glute muscles and makes balancing much easier. The stance must allow for you to squat low enough that the crease at your hip is below the top of the knee cap (below parallel).
No matter if it is a front squat, high bar squat or low bar squat establishing the bar path while squatting (as seen with the dotted lines in the diagram) there should be in a straight line from the bar on your back to your mid foot.
Great posture during the squat is extremely important. Keeping the chest up and lower back tight is going to help you keep your form together and your back arched. This also will help prevent injury to your back. Keeping core tight throughout the lift is best achieved by taking in a big breath before squatting, holding it in on the way down and exhaling on the way up. Bracing your abs and obliques (abdominal bracing) is the same as you would do if you were protecting yourself while someone was punching you in the gut. Taking in and holding a big breath prior to squatting increases your intra-abdominal pressure (IAP). This aids in spine stabilization and eventually allows to handle more weight while squatting.
Now that we have gone over setup, bar placement, foot placement, bar path and the significance of being tight throughout the movement let’s talk about what 90% of people, who already are squatting, are doing wrong, I can’t tell you how many people tell me that they squat and their glutes never grow just their legs get bigger. This is usually because people are doing a few things wrong. They are not sitting back. When squatting the first movement should be to sit back and down. Sitting back will help to activate the glutes and not allow the quadriceps to handle the majority of the movement. Depth of the squat also plays a big role in glute activation. During a quarter squat or half squat you could easily use 70% to 90% all quadricep. A full squat to parallel or below parallel you have a better chance of activating 50% to 65% glutes. Another key to hip and glute activation is proper knee alignment. Often hearing people say push your knees out, instead think of your knees pointing in the same direction as your toes. This is keeping the femur, knee and ankle in proper alignment while flexing the thigh abductors.
Just like in anything you do, practice makes perfect. Your form and technique will continue to evolve and get better. You will also continue to get stronger as long you continue to push yourself past your comfort zone. Be prepared to continue to add more weight to the bar as your strength increases. Increased weight on the bar means you are getting stronger and if you have been following along that means you have learned to activate your glutes. If you are stronger in the squat, your glutes have been activating, then there is a great probability that your glutes ( booty ) is bigger. Mission is complete.
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If you were to ask me what are five items I cannot live without, without a doubt in my mind, yoga pants would be up there. Sometimes called yoga pants, sometimes called leggings, weirdly sometimes called “stretchies” by middle-aged women who are out of touch with society–they are the world’s most comfortable pants. And, the beauty of them is that it’s socially acceptable to wear them wherever we please. I’ve gotten away with wearing yoga pants to some pretty fancy places–as long as I throw on a nice top and shoes with them, I can eat as much as I want in style. So, you’d understand my shock and anger when I saw that a New York Time’s op-ed article decided to tell me that I shouldn’t wear my yoga pants. Please. Spare me. I own at least 25 pair of black leggings and you will not stop me from wearing them everywhere.
Why yoga pants are bad for women https://t.co/43DHZJLCYg pic.twitter.com/CfX4GKvx0i
— NYT Opinion (@nytopinion) February 18, 2018
I decided–against my better judgment–to dive into this op-ed piece on one of my favorite news sites and was horribly disappointed. The author decides to tell her readers that it’s bad to tell other women what to wear, but, women wearing yoga pants and leggings are only doing them for one reason–to look hot.
We aren’t wearing these workout clothes because they’re cooler or more comfortable. (You think the selling point of Lululemon’s Reveal Tight Precision pants is really the way their moth-eaten design provides a “much-needed dose of airflow”?) We’re wearing them because they’re sexy.
We felt we had to look hot on dates — a given. We felt we had to look hot at the office — problematic. But now we’ve internalized the idea that we have to look hot at the gym? Give me a break. The gym is one of the few places where we’re supposed to be able to focus on how our bodies feel, not just on how they look. We need to remember that. Sweatpants can help.
Excuse me–but–no. I don’t wear yoga pants and leggings because I need to feel sexy at the gym, I wear them because they are comfortable and I will trip over sweatpants if I’m running on the treadmill. I wear yoga pants because I don’t want to feel as though my jeans are indenting my stomach when I decide to go for dessert on the date and instead, opt for yoga pants with extra room. I wear yoga pants when I’m doing yoga because trying to do any of the poses in sweatpants will cause me to have a broken limb.
Whoever this woman is, wherever she is, please–sit down. I’m annoyed with your existence and the fact that you would spend your time writing an entire article about how angry you are that women shouldn’t wear yoga pants because they are too “sexy.” What happened to women supporting women?
Trust me, I’m not the only one who was angry at this article. After The New York Times posted the link on Twitter, women everywhere were lashing out at this sexist article (yes, even if it was written by a woman), and men, too.
You’ve never actually done yoga if you are asking why people prefer to wear tight-fitting while practicing.
This may just be the most vapid thing I’ve read in a good while. You’re about as edgy as my nieces’ hand-me-down Fisher Price silverware, @nytopinion. https://t.co/Ya2Sm1FhxW
— Kylie (@KylieD87) February 18, 2018
— Kristy Puchko (@KristyPuchko) February 18, 2018
Is it possible to unsubscribe twice?
— Slaney Chadwick Ross (@GooseOnTh3Loose) February 18, 2018
I did yoga in loose sweatpants once, my toe got stuck in the elastic cuff and I fell forward on my face. Sorry for now wearing yoga pants for doing you know, yoga.
— Allison Peterson (@Lucy_1972) February 18, 2018
Has anyone written about the fact that leggings and yoga pants are important because they don’t *hurt* to wear? Like, congrats if your jeans don’t leave red marks on you by the end of the day, but I’ve never known that life.
— ✨⛸ Jaime Green ?✨ (@jaimealyse) February 18, 2018
How about women wear whatever they want and other women stop judging them for it.
— Kate Lew (@PNWGlutard) February 18, 2018
This article read to me like “I’m uncomfortable wearing a certain thing because it doesn’t make me feel empowered. What’s more, I’m uncomfortable seeing other people who I don’t wish to look at feeling empowered by wearing this thing. Therefore, nobody should be allowed to”
— Captain_Negol (@1988Negol) February 18, 2018
On the elliptical in sweatpants?? Any intense cardio would be SO miserable in big heavy sweatpants. There are so many legitimate reasons to wear technical fabrics for exercise (or just SHORTS for godsakes)
— Ellie R (@ImTedRoosevelt) February 18, 2018
— Ashton Creasy (@aecreasy) February 18, 2018
Also great job trying to disguise your contempt of other women’s “dimples and rolls” as concern for their “comfort” and “empowerment” but it didn’t work
— shrieking harpy (@dantsypants) February 18, 2018
Better question: Why would @nytopinion publish such garbage as this? For shame.
— Chessie (@ChessiePique) February 18, 2018
I would say judging women for what they wear might be worse but that’s just me.
— Tony Posnanski (@tonyposnanski) February 18, 2018
“It’s not good manners for women to tell other women how to dress; . Women who criticize other women for dressing hot are seen as criticizing women themselves”
*article spends next 600 words doing exactly that*
— Danielle Thom (@Danielle_J_Thom) February 18, 2018
Sit down, lady, while I continue to thrive and have a successful life/career/workout in my leggings. Good.Bye.
A MARRIED man has revealed his horror after innocently trying to help a woman out – but being labelled a “pervert” for his efforts.
Posting on Reddit, the bloke said he felt compelled to speak up when he saw a stranger squatting in the gym and realised her leggings were “completely see through”.
1 A bloke has split opinion after telling a woman her leggings are see-through in the gymCredit: Getty – Contributor
“I can pretty much see her butthole,” he said. “Plain as day, anyone on my side of the racks can see through her pants.”
The anonymous lad added: “No idea why I cared (am married and completely uninterested) but I go into helpful mode.
“I pull my headphones out and turn around quietly enough that only the two of us can hear say this:
“‘Hey this is super creepy, but I’d feel creepier if I didn’t say something. When you squat, your pants stretch and go completely see through on your a**.’
“Again I thought I was being helpful and that she’d want to know, but wholly s*** did she not see it that way.
“This girl practically screams ‘You f***ing pervert! Stop staring at my a**!'”
The baffled bloke was left red-faced and says half the gym was staring at him afterwards.
He added: “I go back to my workout and suffer the angry looks for another 20min and go home.”
This girl practically screams ‘You f***ing pervert! Stop staring at my a**!’
His wife wasn’t very sympathetic to his plight either.
The bloke added: “I tell my wife about it who laughs and says I was totally an a**hole for saying that and she’d be p***ed and super embarrassed if someone did that to her.”
And the issue has divided opinion, with no-one able to agree about the proper etiquette.
One woman said: “I’d be embarrassed but I’d graciously take the heads up and get the f*** out of there…or at least stop squatting.”
While a second wrote: “I’d be embarrassed but grateful.
“Her reaction made me think she was intentionally showing her assets and wanted people to look, but got embarrassed and defensive when he pointed it out as if she should stop.”
A third woman commented: “I would love to know but I’d prefer to be told by a girl”.
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One lad said he sympathised, but would have kept quiet in the same situation. He wrote: “Cheap yoga pants are no joke, ladies…
“I see this far too often at my gym and I never say anything out of fear of what happened to OP (original poster).”
But another bloke said he would have done the same thing.
He commented: “if i tell someone their zipper is undone its not because i was staring at it, its because i eyed them up and down and spotted it.
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Ariel had been filmed mid-workout. The sitcom star was showing off the 30 pounds that she’s shed, also giving a shout-out to her celeb personal trainer MackFit. The video turned from serious to goofy, though – Ariel has been making headlines for just this reason of late, having given Instagram a “silly to sexy” photoshoot just this week.
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Ariel kicked off her video filmed from behind. The brunette was outfitted in a wardrobe that seemed just perfect from flaunting her toned and curvy frame. Winter was seen in a skin-tight pair of light-colored yoga pants rising just above the ankle. The star paired her lowers with a simple dark top, plus sporty sneakers.
If you’re wondering whether Ariel ever turned around, yes she did. In fact, she went a little wild.
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Ariel was delivering balance, agility, and a little muscle power for the early parts of the video. Music was heard in the background as Ariel trained, with the star then showing her fit frame from the side.
Ariel works out three times a week with MackFit – circuit training combining strength and cardio is the focus.
Speaking of focus. Ariel had plenty of it as she delivered her reps, but the fun-loving persona didn’t take long to manifest as Ariel was then seen bouncing around wildly, throwing her arms in the air, and showing Instagram her goofy booty shaking skills.
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Ariel Winter shaking her booty in the gym
Ariel isn’t one to drag herself to the gym moaning and groaning. The actress generally seems super-pumped for her sweat sessions, even taking to social media to share the mood.
“I am never the most excitedddd person to go to the gym, but feeling healthier and seeing the work you put in pay off really makes it worth it ❤️,” she wrote in her caption. “Also… @mackfittraininggym is a BOSS and keeps reminding me of my 🍑 goals 💪🏼,” she has written.
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Ariel took to social media earlier this month with a smoking hot photo shoot showing off both her style and her lean body. The star joked that she’d gotten fashion inspiration from “Toxic” singer Britney Spears.
“Business At 9, @britneyspears music video at 5,” she captioned her image.
As to Ariel’s workouts with MackFit, here’s what he’s said, per the above-mentioned report from Woman’s Health.
“Ariel completes this circuit in the gym with a pair of MackFit Core Sliders that she also utilizes at home or while traveling. If you don’t own sliders, you can use a towel or paper plates to get the job done.”
Carrie Underwood‘s powerful voice isn’t the only appealing thing about her. The Cry Pretty singer has been turning heads for her post-baby body all year – Carrie welcomed second son Jacob in January – with a new workout video of the 36-year-old landing on her Calia by Carrie athleisurewear line’s Instagram feed today.
The video showed Carrie’s killer endurance and agility, and didn’t hold back on showing fans just how great Carrie looks in sportswear. The singer may rock glittery hot pants on stage, but not every look from the famous blonde comes in the form of a glitzy stage getup. Today seemed to deliver Carrie in the most casual look ever, although there was nothing casual about the energetic workout Carrie was undergoing.
The video showed Carrie in an outdoor sports arena filled with empty seats. Carrie was seen solo, concentrating on her workout as she ran up steps. The footage seemed to show a mother whose dedication to fitness is second-to-none, with a zoom-in on Carrie’s face seeing the star in deep focus. Carrie’s arms were coordinating with her movement, and her breathing seemed controlled.
The outfits are always bang-on with this girl. Carrie was rocking a black pair of yoga pants from her range, with a baby-pink long-sleeved top covered by a puffy vest. The ensemble was a simple one, but Carrie looked incredible. The video also included a timestamp, plus a location mention.
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Carrie has spoken out about her workouts. The star’s brand hosted an event in The Hamptons earlier this year, with the company boss having a chance to speak about her exercise routines, alongside her overall mindset. As PopSugar reports, Carrie detailed her balanced approach to life.
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“I try to make the most of my time. I have changed my focus. Instead of just trying to get those external results that I wanted, my goals have changed. I want to be stronger, I want to live longer; those are the things that I want now other than just, ‘I want to fit into that,’” the star said.
In fact, it appeared that Carrie’s overall attitude was a raw and real one. The star’s income might afford her plenty of spa opportunities, but it didn’t appear that Carrie was interested in pampering herself too much.
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“I don’t need massages, I don’t need fancy getaway holidays… if you can give me an hour in the morning, that’s all I need in life,” she added.
Carrie appears both on her own Instagram account and on the Calia by Carrie one. Fans wishing to see more of Carrie should follow one – or both – accounts.