Brazil Butt Lift: Surgery or Work Out?

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People like quick fixes. Whether it's diet pills or plastic surgery, the number of people who opt for miracle cures is enormous—and growing. The latest fad to hit the market is the Brazilian Butt Lift, where surgeons extract fat from your body and inject it into your buttocks so as to pad them out, while removing strips of skin so as to connect the remaining epidermis and ensure a tighter package. This kind of surgery has grown rapidly, despite the dangers inherent in such procedures and the reality that such fat augmentations are rarely permanent due to the body's absorption of such implants. Healthy alternatives exist, such as the aptly named Brazil Butt Lift' workout released by Beachbody. However, the question remains: will people be willing to work for a beautiful body, or will they continue to go under the scalpel?

On December 1st, 2009, former Miss Argentina Solange Magnano died after cosmetic surgery on her buttocks. This tragedy serves only to highlight the manifold dangers involved with such serious operations, in which buttock augmentation can cost just under $20,000 and usually last only four months before most of the injected fat is absorbed by the body once more. The process is deceptively simple: fat is harvested from your body, and then injected via cannula into your buttocks, while fat from the thighs and hips are removed to help shape your contour. General anesthesia is used, and the process usually takes about nine days to finish before you can go home to recover. Pain is often reported for the following two months, as well as inflammation and the potential for infection or death.

However, there are natural alternatives. People who are unwilling to risk their health and their lives, who don't wish to spend so much money or believe that a perky posterior will seem out of place if they don't tone the rest of their body are currently investigating the benefits of Leandro Carvalho's ‘Brazil Butt Lift'. Carvalho, internationally famous for being the fitness trainer of several Victoria Secret supermodels and running a fitness class in NYC that has been named New York's best fitness class several years in a row has teamed up with Beachbody to release his trademark workout on DVD, a workout that is designed to deliver a Brazilian Butt the natural, healthy way.

The Brazilian Butt Lift workout is a 90 day workout that targets not only the ‘bum-bum' as it's called in Brazil, but the whole body. Leandro's success is based on his anatomical understanding of what factors are at play in delivering a beautiful rear; his workout focuses not only on the typical muscles of the butt, but on their ‘heads', the parts that attack the muscle to the skeleton. These heads are responsible for keeping the muscles in place, and by targeting them with his ‘TriAngle' techniques he has been able to deliver results the kind of which have been seen on supermodel runways.

The Brazil Butt Lift workouts are set to Brazilian music, and involve a range of different exercises, from classic ballet to Afro-Brazilian capoeira and Axe dance moves. Leandro has revealed that the secret is to not focus exclusively on such exercises as the squat or lunge, but to mix those up with a number of other exercises that dancers typical use so as to deliver a perky butt with building muscle in the thighs and hips. Again, his results and clientele speak for themselves.

If you desire to change the shape of your butt, and are considering several options, you owe it to yourself to check out Leandro Carvalho's Brazil Butt Lift workout. The dangers and impermanency of surgical procedures, when coupled with the prohibitive costs make a healthy workout that tones the whole body, elevates your energy levels, delivers a supermodel styled butt—all in a healthy, natural maner—a truly attractive option.

Phil Tucker is a product review specialist for Get Moving Catalog. If you're interested in learning more about the Brazil Butt Lift, then check out the product information on the Brazilian Butt Lift home page.

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