Too many women cover up their butts, too ashamed to reveal its ample beauty.
Some of the most common exercises to work the gluteal muscles include squats, lunges, and one-legged deadlifts.
We’ve taken these basic exercises and put a twist on them to add variety to your workout and firm up that butt.
The Brazilian Butt Lift
Plyometric Lunges – In a squat position with knees at a 90-degree angle, jump up and scissor the legs, landing in a deep lunge. Hold for three seconds, and then repeat for 16 times each side.
Deadlift with Medicine Ball – Starting in a squat position, reach your arms out in front as one leg goes back and hold for three seconds. Repeat for 16 reps, and then switch legs.
Barbell Glute Bridge – Lying on your back with legs bent at a 90-degree angle and a barbell resting across your hips, raise your butt off the ground, squeezing the glutes and hold at the top of the movement for three seconds. Then lower and repeat for 20 reps.
Repeat this power circuit three to four times.
We’d like to hear from you what your favorite exercises are for working the glutes.