Having beautiful curves can make you feel more confident, especially if you want to get someone's attention. There are various ways to shape the curves of the body, for example by doing strength training. You can also highlight the curves you already have by wearing the right clothes. If you want your curves to look sexier for photo purposes or to show off to other people, there are some simple techniques to make those curves look more fantastic.
Do squats and lunges to build your butt and leg muscles. Squats and lunges are two classic moves to strengthen your butt and legs at the same time. Do three sets of squats and lunges, each 15 to 20 movements twice a week. Another type of exercise that is good for your butt and legs is
Do bridges. Lie down with your knees bent, with your feet and hands parallel to the floor and directly beside your stomach. Lift your hips up until your knees are in line with your shoulders. Hold for 30 to 60 seconds.
Do leg lifts. Get into a crawling position, then straighten one leg behind you and lift it up. Keep your legs straight as you do this. Repeat 15 to 20 times, then switch to the other leg. Do these three sets of exercises twice a week.
Do jumping squats. Do a squat, then turn your movement into a jump. Repeat this process 15 to 20 times in three sets of exercises in each muscle strength training session you do.
Include side abdominal exercises so that you have a flat stomach. Tightening your side abdominal muscles will make your waist smaller and accentuate your curves at the hips. Try to do 15 to 20 crunches in three sets of exercises at least twice a week, and do 30 to 60 second planks for three sets each time. Some other side abdominal muscle exercises that you can try are
V-sits. Sit on the ground with your legs straight out in front. After that, lean back slightly while lifting your feet off the ground. Balance your stomach area while keeping your feet up and in a V shape. Touch your right hand to your left foot and your left hand to your right foot. Repeat for 30-60 seconds three times during your weekly training session.
Side planks. Keep your body straight and use one arm and one leg to support your body. Place your right hand and the side of your right foot facing the ground. Hold this position for 30 to 60 seconds, then do the same in the opposite direction.
Plank with legs raised. Try raising one leg up while you're doing a plank. This will make the movement more difficult because all the weight is shifted to one leg. Hold this position for 30-60 seconds, then do the same with the other leg.