Webster defines it as “a large, thicker, or bottom end of something”. I define it as the most valuable muscle in my body. If you don’t exercise at all, start with one thing — your butt. You might be laughing at this weird Comfort Clue, but I’m serious. I used to think it was just something to sit with, but no; every physical activity we do seems to be connected to our backside, so just about everything is easier with a stronger one. (It will especially make walking easier.) So….. I challenge you to flex the flab and build your butt. You can even do it stealth-like, sitting in a chair and secretly clenching this biggest muscle in your body. It’ll give you something fun to focus on every day that’ll be a mini-respite from whatever life has thrown at you lately. Besides, you’ll look better in your jeans.
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