So after you’ve done your booty blasters, your glutes are now in the position to grow.
At this point there will be tiny microscopic tears in the gluteul and surrounding muscles (aka your butt).
At this point your booty is in the repair cycle.
It desperately wants the right amount of calories, the right type of healthy foods, and the right healthy mixture of carbs/fat/proteins to ensure the most growth possible.
You really don’t want to work your butt off with exercises and then skip out on eating properly. As you will be missing out on growth that you could have easily made by eating more efficiently.
Now if you are already counting macros you’ll probably have a decent deal of know-how in this regard. For the people that are not, the good news is that you can still make great booty building progress without needing to really know much besides some basic information on macro nutrients.
I am assuming most people here are currently eating at a rate where they are not gaining or losing any weight, but simply maintaining their current weight.
If this is true then all you really need to do is swap out some less effective foods that you are currently eating, for some of the better foods I will recommend below. You will actually be able to eat a little more, in the range of 100-500 calories additional, due to the fact that your workouts will be burning calories.
Booty Building Foods:
Skinless Chicken Breasts
Beans & Legumes (kidney, chick peas, etc) Extra Extra Lean Ground Beef
Virtually Any Fish (not fried)
Most Lean Cut Meats
100% Whole Grain Bread (sparingly) Low Sugar Breakfast Cereal (sparingly)
Fish Fat/Oils (fish oil pills, salmon fat, etc)
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Nuts (almonds, cashews, etc)
Peanut Butter (get the ones that contain only peanuts; typical peanut butter contains harmful additives like hydrogenated oils and sugar)
Almond Butter Vegetables:
Vegetables contain tons of anti-oxidants, nutrients and other goodies that are essential for a growing booty. You can typically eat as much of these as you want without fear.
Virtually any dark green vegetable