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    I have a massive fat ass

    I have a massive fat ass which I love! But the problem is that it's all full of fat and not toned. I was wondering, is it possible that if I start squatting a lot, my ass will get rounder even though there's a huge layer of fat on my ass? Or do I have to lose all the fat on my ass for it to appear round?
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    Originally Posted by Gabrielaxo View Post
    I have a massive fat ass which I love! But the problem is that it's all full of fat and not toned. I was wondering, is it possible that if I start squatting a lot, my ass will get rounder even though there's a huge layer of fat on my ass? Or do I have to lose all the fat on my ass for it to appear round?
    post some pics and we'll let you know
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    Originally Posted by Gabrielaxo View Post
    I have a massive fat ass which I love! But the problem is that it's all full of fat and not toned. I was wondering, is it possible that if I start squatting a lot, my ass will get rounder even though there's a huge layer of fat on my ass? Or do I have to lose all the fat on my ass for it to appear round?
    Target fat loss is not a thing therefore if you wish to lose fat the only option you have is to reduce your calories to cause fat loss across the whole body. I would advise squatting in order to develop the glutes combined with a well balanced training program, as well as this other lower exercise will help shape the glute which will be revealed when you drop the required fat amount you wish (exercises such as barbell thrusts, deadlifts and Belgium split squats).

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    You look like you store most of your fat on your butt so that will most likely be the last place that all the fat will disappear from. A fatloss program will cause fatloss everywhere however the place you store the most will be leaning out but won't be as noticeable as the other areas. Combine a calorie deficit with a good training program and your existing muscle mass will stay intact so when you lose the fat you'll expose the muscles you have and that will be the look you're after
    If you don't get what you want you didn't want it bad enough
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    I wish my g/f had this problem.
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