The Best 7 Exercises for Strong Butt Muscles

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Squats are pretty efficient but not the only exercise you can do for your butt.

Nobody wants to have the flat butt. It?s so outdated. The new pairs of pants all require you to ?fulfill? them right.

Women who complain all the time about not being able to find the perfect pants are those who don?t work for it.

How do you feel when you see a fit woman in yoga pants? ? I hope you wish for having the same healthy body for yourself.

That?s a start. The desire for being fit is the mindset you need for going further, and my job here is to show you how to become healthy and fit.

The exercises you are going to see below will fit your butt into every pair of pants you would want to buy.

Imagine yourself on the beach in your sexy looking swimming suit. Your husband/boyfriend will be proud of what you did for yourself.

Enough chit-chat, let?s get sweaty.

First, what are the benefits of a good butt workout?

  • Improves blood circulation
  • Reduces muscle fatigue in your legs
  • Reduces injures and pains, i.e. shin splints, from running
  • Reduces cellulite
  • Strengthens your cores
  • You burn a higher amount of calories
  • Better posture

Top 7 Butt Exercises

Donkey Kicks

Lay down and prop yourself up on your and and knees on all fours. Keeping one leg on the ground, raise the other heel towards the ceiling; maintaining a bent knee. Repeat 15 times per leg.

Squat Pulse

Put your arms out in front of you so they are parallel with the ground. Squat down so your legs are bent ninety degrees and then hold for a few seconds. After getting into position start pulsing up and down, not going all the way up, repeat pulsing 10 times.

Squat Jumps

Get into your squat position again and instead of pulsing up and down, simply jump straight up as high as you can go. You can even try bringing your knees up to your chest when you jump. Repeat 20 times.

Lunges With Twist

Put your hands behind your head; making a triangle with your arm. Then take a lunge forward and twist so the arm opposite of the leg you lunged with touches your lunging knee. Try to keep your knee from hitting the ground. Come back to a standing position and switch legs. Repeat so each leg does 10 lunges.

Dumbbell Squats

Grab a dumbbell in each hand and lift and hold it above each shoulder. Then, squat down so that your knees are bent ninety degrees. Repeat 15 times.

Chair Kicks

Stand behind and chair and put your arms on the back of the chair and push the chair out so it is arms length away. Lean slightly forward and keep both feet together. Then kick on leg out straight behind you. Repeat for each leg 15 times.

Dumbbell Deadlifts

Grab two dumbbells and hold them straight down in front of you. keep your knees straight, or a very slight bend, and go straight down from the waist almost touching the dumbbell to the floor and then come back up to a standing position. Repeat 15 times.


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