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Ladies: Have You Tried The Pencil Test To See If Your Butt Is In Shape?

A Brazilian Butt Lift Trick

Think you need a butt lift?

I’m going to show you how to tell if you have a nice butt or not…

I saw a fitness expert talking about this on one of the morning news shows.

  • If the pencil falls to the ground, then you have a nice booty. (Or at least an adequately lifted one.)
  • If the pencil stays in place, then you need to do some exercises to firm and lift your butt.

The pencil test theory was started by the Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL) folks.

They recommend doing the pencil test in order to determine if your butt is already in shape to begin with, or if the exercises you’ve been doing are working or not.

Makes sense, right?

Are you ready to see how well your booty does with the pencil test?…

See the pencil test in action here:

The pencil test is a fitness test that involves holding a pencil under a butt cheek to determine if your butt is saggy and needs to be lifted.

Here’s Jennifer Love Hewitt talking about the booty pencil test:

So, did you pass or fail the Brazilian Butt Lift pencil test?

Pass?… Yay you!!! Congrats on all the hard work you’ve put into firming and toning your buttocks.

Fail?… It’s okay. There’s still time to get your glutes back in shape before swimsuit season!

Exercises That Target Your Glutes

Consider these glute exercises before scheduling Brazillian Butt Lift surgery.

If you really want to get your butt into shape, a fellow pencil test taker recommends these exercises for the best-looking booty:

If you can do the above exercises with smoothness, depth, and control — it indicates that you have stronger glutes.

Or…  if you don’t want to go through the time spent firming and toning your glutes, then you can just work on perfecting your booty pop pose instead!

The BBL [Brazillian Butt Lift] has become one of the most commonly performed procedures in the world as it shapes the abdomen, waistline, buttock, and hips. BBL is not only about the butt.

~Dr. Stanley Okoro, Atlanta plastic surgeon

After doing the pencil test myself, let’s just say I wasn’t surprised to learn that I need to focus more on my glutes when I’m working out.

So I’ve been incorporating a couple of the above exercises into my routine.

(I’m a little too embarrassed to show my before & after photos just yet, but I’ve got some befores and afters for you in the links below.)

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