Sitting all day on your tush can take a toll on its shape. And, for most people, finding time to go to the gym can be problem. Below are five butt workouts that you can do at home. The best part is they are all around 10 minutes in length so they are easy to fit in to even the busiest schedule:
1. Best Beginner Workout for Butt & Thighs from GymRa
The pace in this workout is slow, but the exercises are effective and include enough repetitions of each exercise to achieve results. The exercises also promote balance and incorporate core training. This 11-minute video is excellent for the person that’s too busy to workout.
2. The Butt-Lifting Workout That’s Better Than Spanx from FitSugar
FitSugar never disappoints and this workout is one of my favorites. Celebrity Tracey Mallett leads this 10-minute workout that will get your butt and legs in shape. Can you say pulse, pulse, pulse? Ouch!
3. 5 Best Butt Exercises to Sculpt a Cute Booty from Blogilates
Blogilates is one of the most popular workout sites on the web. In this workout Casey Ho proves that it takes more than squats when it comes to getting a firm, cute booty. None of these exercises require any equipment.
4. The Kim Kardashian Butt Workout
Fitness trainer Rebecca-Louise shows you how you can get a Kim Kardashian-style butt in just 11 minutes a day. Rebecca does use a set of light dumbbells in this video. You could start with a five pound set and work your way up. I love this workout because at 5:57 minutes Rebecca does my absolute favorite glute exercise. Grab your weights and get to work!
5. Butt Workout 1 Tone Up: 30 Day Butt Lift from Be Fit
Be Fit has a 30-day butt lift program and this workout is the first of the series. The workout starts out with squats and lunges that use a chair then moves on to more targeted glute exercises. The 30 day butt lift program is good for all fitness levels.
These five workouts provide you with different options for five days of the week so you’ll never have the chance to get bored. I’ve done all of these workouts and I hope you’ll try them too.
Which one is your favorite?
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