4 Workouts For A Boosted Butt

4 Workouts For A Boosted Butt 4 Workouts For A Boosted Butt www.walkjogrun.net

Summer is here, our favorite and most dreaded season because that means beach season is also upon us and if you haven’t started on your beach body yet, the time is now. Don’t worry, there is still plenty of time to feel bikini ready, and with these incredible workouts, you will be eager to show off your booty in no time. It’s all about finding the workouts that work best for your body, so adding weights like dumbbells or using gym equipment like a cable machine may be necessary if you are wanting to push yourself or see quicker results. Remember, all of these workouts won’t make much of a difference if you aren’t consistent, and if you aren’t eating properly as well, because growing and boosting your butt is work, and you need to be eating enough calories to help it grow.

Toe Taps

Not only will this help with your “underbutt” but it’s great for your core as well. Make sure to take your time with each tap, engaging your core, and squeezing your glutes.

  • Lie on a mat on your back with your arms at your side.
  • Bring your legs up, with your knees bent, and your thighs perpendicular to the floor.
  • Alternating between your left and right leg, slowly bring your leg down and tap your toes to the floor.
  • Do these for about 1 minute.

Jump Squats

More effective at burning calories, and a fun and simple twist on your regular squat. If you are not ready to add the jumping part in, continue by just doing regular squats.

  • Start by standing with your feet shoulder width apart.
  • Go down into a regular squat, and then jump up pushing off with both feet, and raising your arms above your head.
  • Land, lower back into a squat position and repeat.
  • Do 2 sets of 10 reps

You can also switch into a sumo squat position if you wish to target your inner thighs as well.

  • This is achieved by having a wider stance (wider than shoulder width.)
  • With your arms straight out in front of you, or while holding a kettlebell, slowly lower down, and rise back up.

Donkey Kicks

A beginner way to warm up your glutes and get them ready for further workouts. Ensure your core is engaged, and you are doing slow and steady kickbacks. You will quickly feel the burn.

  • On a mat, get on all fours, making sure your hands are under your shoulders.
  • Starting with your left leg, kick back to hip level and lower.
  • Repeat 10-15 times, and then alternate legs.

Single Leg Glute Bridge

You will definitely feel this workout the next day, as it targets so many different areas. Not only will this help to grow and build muscle, but it is also great for lower back pain.

  • Lie on your back with your knees bent and arms at your side.
  • Extend one leg and use your core, arms, and foot that is planted to push up your hips as high as you can.
  • Hold and squeeze.
  • Lower until your butt is hovering above the ground and repeat.
  • Repeat 10-15 times, and then alternate legs.