- Christopher Meloni, star of Law and Order: SVU was spotted on set showing off his strong butt.
- The actor, now 60, is widely renowned as having “the best butt in prime time.”
- If you covet a shapely tush, work on posterior chain exercises like kettlebell swings and squats.
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The internet is once again thirsty for actor Christopher Meloni, this time after he was spotted flexing an impressive set of glutes while filming in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Photos taken from the set of Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, showed Meloni in his starring role as Detective Elliot Stabler.
—peter hess (@PeterNHess) April 7, 2021
Reactions ranged from lusting after the man himself, to coveting a similarly shaped backside.
—Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) April 7, 2021
It’s not clear exactly what routine the star uses to maintain a shapely physique. He does have access to a gym, per his Instagram account, which includes a squat rack and plenty of weights. His recent post showed him doing presses, but he clearly doesn’t skip leg day.
More importantly, Meloni’s muscular tush was not created overnight — the actor was crowned “The Best Butt in Prime Time” in 2014.
Meloni, who recently turned 60, shows no signs of slowing down — much to the delight of fans — and joined in on the fun on Twitter.
—Chris Meloni (@Chris_Meloni) April 8, 2021
How to get a more defined derriere
For those trying to catch up on getting a shapely butt, it can take time.
You can build a bigger, stronger butt with exercises that target the posterior chain, including the hamstrings, glutes, and back, celebrity trainer Gunnar Peterson previously told Insider.
Kettlebell swings, hip bridges, and weight squats can all help sculpt your butt, said Peterson, whose clients have included Jennifer Lopez, the Kardashians, and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
Building muscles anywhere on your body also takes energy, so you need to eat to fuel your gains, according to experts.
The exact amount of extra calories you’ll need can vary, but research suggests that a good place to start is around 300 to 500 calories more than what you’d typically need to get through your day.
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