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The 3 Best & Most Hardcore Exercises for a Bootiful Butt!

Many people choose to enhance their features, such as their breasts and butt through cosmetic surgery. However, unlike your breasts, your butt is a muscle and you can enhance it with exercise alone and save thousands of dollars you may have decided to spend on surgery. Although you cannot make your butt significantly larger with exercise, you can make it rounder and perkier and seriously lift it up with lower body exercises, the following being our favorite ones:

1. Squats

Squats performed as a bodyweight exercise or with dumbbells or barbells, work your entire lower body, including your glutes, quads and hamstrings.
With every squat you make, try to go deeper – the deeper, the better. Ensure that you are involving your butt as much as possible without arching your lower back. Your lower back and spine should be straight and slightly bent forward.

In order to perform a squat, stand shoulder-width apart with toes turned outward slightly. Engage your core, push your chest up and your hips back, bend your knees and squat low until your thighs are parallel or almost parallel to the ground. Practice hard and try to make it to a perfect squat. Perform as many repetitions as possible. If you’re a beginner, start with 10 and works work towards 20.

Squat pulses are also an excellent way to really make your butt and thighs burn. While performing your normal squats, try pulsing and by pulsing we mean going half-way up each time you squat. Do this at a fast-enough past and you’ll begin to feel some good exercise pain. If you’re able to do 20 squats easily, try doing 10 normal squats, 10 pulses and then 10 normal squats again.

2. Lunges

Lunges are amazing when it comes to perking up your butt. When performed with a pair of dumbbells or a barbell, lunges can create a very grueling workout that actually works much faster than normal, weight-less workouts.

To perform a lunge, stand on a flat surface or a platform that is 4 to 6 inches above the ground with your feet together. Step your right foot back off the platform keeping your torso upright and bend your legs in lunging posture. For the leg on the platform, make sure the thigh is parallel to the ground and for the leg on the floor, the thigh should be perpendicular to the ground and the lower leg should be parallel to the ground. Engage your core and bring your rear leg back on the platform. Alternate legs and perform at least 12 repetitions per leg.

3. Kettlebell Swings

This is a potent exercise that lifts your butt and seriously enhances your hamstrings and lower back strength. If you don’t have kettlebell available at home, you can perform this exercise with a dumbbell or a reasonably heavy object such as a bag full of sand.

To perform this exercise, stand shoulder-width apart, holding the weight in front of your thighs. Slightly bend your knees while keeping your core engaged and bring the weight between your knees. Push your hip forward and drive the kettlebell or dumbbell up to shoulder-level with your arms straight.

Bring the weight back down and perform this exercise again. Avoid arching your back as this may cause an injury. Perform about 10 to 20 reps, depending on the weight you choose and the level of intensity you can handle.

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