This 28 minute butt workout will have you feeling like a Booty Queen when you're finished! Ok, you might not feel exactly like royalty right after you're done... but eventually you'll feel awesome! Haha ;)
I love using the Bender Ball to work the glutes, abs and inner thighs. It really hits the muscles in a different way. Variety is very helpful when it comes to producing results. If you don't have an actual Bender Ball, you can just use any squishy playground type ball for this 27 minute workout.
This 29 minute butt workout is a circuit of 3 great moves for the glutes. This is perfect for those looking for a floor routine instead of an intense workout, or if you want to add on something for the booty after another workout. Remember that form is SO important when it comes to glute work!
Yall know I LOVE workin the glutes and this routine is a butt burner! This 34 minute workout is a circuit of 3 exercises repeated 3 times. Remember to concentrate on form so that the glutes fire instead of shutting down.
If you don't already have one of these mini bands I recommend getting one because they are great for glute work! The band I'm using is from www.performbetter.com. They are inexpensive but if you'd rather not pay the shipping you can pick similar ones up from Target. This 16 minute workout consists of my 4 FAVORITE glute exercises using the mini band! Your butt will be burning during this one but fight for as many reps as possible!
What do you do when you're stuck inside on a snowy day? A butt workout of course! This 24 minute routine is the perfect choice to add on at the end of another workout. All areas of the glutes are addressed with 5 exercises on each side.
This express booty workout is only 15 minutes long so it's a great one to add on at the end of another workout. If you're short on time or if you just want to add in some extra, focused butt work to your regular routine, this is a perfect choice!
The stability ball is an inexpensive piece of exercise equipment that is a great tool to help you get in shape. The stability ball forces your body to stabilize itself while doing exercises. This 44 minute routine uses functional movements to focus on the core and lower body. This workout also helps strengthen those small, vital stability muscles which will help to correct muscle imbalances. In a recent study published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, experts found that stability ball training does improve spinal stability, noting that this kind of training "might be beneficial to individuals who spend a good deal of time sitting or for individuals who are prone to back pain and have been cleared to exercise."