Do You Want to Have a Perfect Butt? Stimulate These Particular Muscles
There is no denying the fact that every lady wants a perfectly firm and round booty. If you’re carrying a bit of extra body fat around the hips and thighs, your butt will have a flabby shape, so dieting is crucial. Still, you cannot strengthen your butt without exercising, and only a strong butt is a sexy butt. Building your butt muscles will contribute to accentuating your natural curves and help you get a tighter and rounder butt.
We’re often led to believe that getting a perfectly shaped butt is all about genetics, but this is not true. Whatever your butt shape, you can tone your butt by hitting the butt muscles – the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius and gluteus minimus with the right set of exercises. So let’s get sweaty, healthy and sexy!
- Side kick on all fours
Get down on the mat on all fours. Hands should be directly below the shoulders and knees below the hips. Lift your right leg out to the side. Lift the leg as high as you can without rotating your hips, or leaning to the left side Perform 3 sets with 15 reps each.
- Step Forward
Stand up straight with feet shoulder-distance apart. Take a dumbbell and hold it in front of you with arms fully extended. Take a large step diagonally forward with your right foot. Your leg should be under a 90 degree angle. Lower the left leg diagonally while bending your knee and curl the dumbbells upwards. Return to the original position and perform 3 sets of 10 repetitions with each leg.
Get down on all fours and support your body weight on your elbows. Place a resistance band on your right foot, holding the ends with your hands. Raise the right leg until it forms a straight line with the rest of your body. Return to the original position and perform 20 repetitions with each leg.
- Elbow plank with donkey kick
From a plank position with core tight and hips level, jump feet up and kick butt with heels. Your weight should come forward onto hands, but shoulders should stay in line over wrists. Extend legs and land lightly on toes to return to starting position. Perform 3 sets with 15 reps each.
- Dumbbell Squats
Stand straight and part your feet to the width of your shoulders and put your hands stretched forward for extra balance. Bend your knees and lower yourself. The knees need to be at 90 degrees angle, while the thighs need to be parallel to the floor. Keep your back straight, without letting your knees extend over your toes Stay in squat position and go up and down. Move up and down 15 times, then return to starting position and relax. Repeat 30 seconds.