If there is one thing you want to look good this swimsuit season, it’s your butt. After all, it is one of the hardest parts to hide in a swimsuit, and the most likely to jiggle in ways that you might not want. Luckily, there are exercises you can do to get your butt looking toned and firm.
Below are five (5) exercises you can do at home to help you tone and shape your butt in ways that you’ll be proud of. Once you start seeing results, you can now wear that much coveted bikini you’ve been eyeing for so long.
Stand with your feet just wider than shoulder width apart, with your arms down by your sides. Slowly bend at the knees, extending your arms out in front of you, until you are at an almost sitting position – or lower if you can manage. Hold this position for a few seconds, and then slowly rise and come to your original standing position. Repeat this action 20 times, rest, and then repeat. Here is a great video to make sure you are using proper form.
This squat option is better for beginners who don’t quite have the core strength to complete regular squats. In this version, you can stand in front of a chair. Complete the same movements, hovering just above the chair. Repeat 20 times, rest, and then repeat.
This exercise puts a bit more ìoomphî into your squats. Start in the same position as regular squats, and complete the squat as usual except that when you are coming up, jump into the air. Jump up about one foot, and remember to bend your knees slightly coming back down to prevent injury.
Start by lying flat on the floor, with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. Using the muscles in your butt, lift your pelvis into the air, keeping your feet flat on the floor. Experiment with moving your feet closer to your body or farther away to get the most effective resistance. Complete 50 repetitions, rest, and then repeat twice.
Extended Hip Lifts
This is a slightly more advanced version of regular hip lifts. In this version, you will extend one leg out straight while completing the same motions. Do 15 repetitions and then alternate to the other leg before resting and then repeating for a total of three cycles.
To find out more exercises for a better butt, check this out: http://www.comebackmomma.com/8-exercises-building-better-butt/
Here is another resource you can look into: http://www.fitnessmagazine.com/workout/butt/exercises/our-top-10-exercises-to-tone-your-butt/
Ready to have that nicely-shaped butt you’ve been wanting for so long?
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