Yes the trend for extravagant, bodacious buns has been hot. And what's great about that is that this BUNZ emphasis brings the importance of having great glute muscles into the spotlight. And I say that because not only is having great, strong and shapely BUNZ great for aesthetic purposes but it's actually really important for health.
The BUNZ area, the rear, rear tie ins, hips, pelvis, and the tie ines to the hams, quads, lower back, obliques and abdominals is really the real core of the body. Unfortunately many trainers simply follow the bandwagon and got that one wrong. Most of these trainers even said that by focusing your abs, your midsection area, would help you burn the most fat overall, which is not even close to being correct. Additionally, when you focus on your real core. your BUNZ, your pelvis area, your exercises will also involve the midsection, abs, lower back & side oblique as well and do so more synergistically.
When we make the BUNZ the real core of the body's strength and health, we open the door many more benefits including strength, health, fat burning and the additional aesthetic benefits plus the benefits that follow that...
And if one targets the BUNZ for size and shape in addition to strength, then arguably one will be strengthening the entire body most efficiently, while also increasing circulation in a greater way to the entire body (vs. an abs core focus), and while increasing the ability to have great agility, the ability to move better, faster, stronger, with more strength, to balance, to catch oneself and to prevent injury. And this is very important in today's modern sedentary lifestyle and it's also important for those who are aging.