7 MINUTE BUTT LIFT + TONE WORKOUT
Work smarter, not harder. To really firm, tighten, and lift your glutes, you need to target all the right muscles. This means you should do more than just squats. While squats are an incredibly effective exercise, most of their emphasis is on the thigh. Varying your exercises helps you work the different muscles that make up your glutes. The best butt exercises are those that concentrate on the butt, really targeting and strengthening those muscles.
These top-tier booty moves are all you need to hit every angle of your backside. Work them into your regular routine and we guarantee you’ll be pleased with the results.
When it comes to butt exercises that tone, tighten, lift, sculpt, strengthen—okay, you get it—it doesn’t get much better than the dynamic Tone It Up duo. The girls are big fans of butt exercises, and not only because strengthening your glutes can stabilize your body and prevent injury. Glutes make up the largest muscle group in the body, so when you work on them you’ll burn major calories even long after the sweat is wiped off.
Do 5 to 10 reps of each move; 10 to 15 reps of the Sideways Band Shuffle
Do one or two sets total.
Here are your warmup moves:
The Single-Leg, Single-Arm Reach
Facedown Hip External Rotation
Single-Leg Hip Extension
Sideways Band Shuffle (you’ll need a resistance band for this one)
We’re going to take you through 3 supersets, which means pairs of exercise moves. Within each superset, do 10 to 12 reps of each move, without resting between moves. Once you’ve done all your reps for both moves in the superset, rest for 30 to 60 seconds.
Watch the video, do the exercises regularly and enjoy your perfectly toned butt and legs.
How much exercise is enough to lose weight?
The best time for training is around 45 to 60 minutes, but this changes from person to person and depending on how much weight you would like to lose.
Whenever you would like to lose weight, shoot for at least 200 minutes (more 3 hours) a week by moderate intensity workout with everything additional consistent. If you burn calories and exercise, you’ll be able to get away with a minimum dose of 150 minutes a week.
Whenever you are a beginner, start with 50 minutes of exercise a week and build to 200 minutes.
Here are 4 tips to help you bind to a weight loss workout and meet your goals:
- Schedule your workout plans.
- Log your steps
- Don’t do too much, too fast.
- Don’t turn water into wine