Tighten The Tushy Fast – 7 Proven Moves

The biggest muscle in our entire body, the gluteus maximus, or commonly known as the behind or the butt. Check out these 7 exercises to tighten, tone and lift your booty.

Frog Lift with Ball

Join your heels by using just a ball or pillow. Be careful not to press your stomach too hard when you bring up legs. The knees should be facing the sides and the glutes ought to be engaged.

Donkey Kicks with Band

Get on your hands and knees, your hands being as wide apart as your shoulders and your knees are right beneath your hips. Raise one of your legs up until it is in line with your body and your foot is aligned with the ceiling, at the same time bracing your abdomen and keeping your knee bent. Remain in a 90-degree bend in terms of your moving leg. Do 15 repetitions of 3 sets.

Side Plank Hip Abduction

 

Begin this workout by keeping with your feet as wide from one another as your shoulders are. Then perform a regular squat and end it by jumping up in the air. Once you’re back down, bring your body back into the squat position. Do 10 reps. Make sure to do 12 times on the right and the same amount on the left side.

Weights (Kettlebell) Swing

Your feet must be further apart than your shoulders and the kettlebell in between the toes. Facing straight ahead, lifting up your chest, grab the bell while doing squats. Kick the ball back first, in order to gain momentum, next by squeezing the glutes hard do the squat. Your knees are not supposed to bend again before the bell goes through. The chest must be lifted the whole time during the exercise.

Romanian Deadlift

Place one foot behind you as you hold the dumbells, switch the weight to the right foot, and with a straight back, hinge at the hips and lift the left leg for the purpose of positioning the torso parallel to the ground.

Resistance Band Hydrants

Once you’re on your hands and knees, put the resistant band around your knees. Next, raise one leg sideways. Do the same thing with the other knee also.

Source: teamfitnesstraining.com

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