- Stand with your feet 6-12 inches wider than your shoulders and point your toes outward at around a 45° angle.
- Keeping your weight in your heels, slowly lower your bodyweight down.
- Make sure that your knees do not go over your toes.
- Lower your hips until your thighs are at least parallel to the ground (or as close as you can get), then slowly return to a standing position.
- You may use a dumbbell or weight for more of a challenge.
15 Alternating Bridge Extensions
- Lie on your back with your knees bent so that your feet are flat on the ground.
- Press up through the feet to go into a “bridge” so that your bodyweight rests in your feet and shoulders.
- While in this position, extend one leg completely before placing it back down on the floor while lowering your body from the bridge.
- Alternate which leg extends each time you go up into the bridge.
- The backs of thighs (hamstrings) and glutes are the main targets during the bridge, while you will feel the leg extension in your quadriceps.
25 Split Squats
- Stand with hands on hips or clasped in front of your hcest. Position feet far apart; one foot forward and other foot behind you-either on a weight bench, sturdy chair, or flat on the floor.
- Squat down by flexing knee and hip of front leg.
- Allow heel of rear foot to rise up while knee of rear leg bends slightly until it almost makes contact with floor.
- Return to original standing position by extending hip and knee of forward leg. Repeat.
- Continue with opposite leg
10 Glute Circles
- Get on hands and knees and extend one leg, bent at roughly a 90-degree angle.
- Now draw a circle with the foot of the leg that is lifted.
- You will feel this in your glutes – this is a butt lifting workout as it targets and tones the glutes from multiple angles.
- Do 10 circles in each direction, on each leg.
60 Second Glute Bridge
- Lie on your back on an exercise mat or the floor in a bent-knee position with your feet flat on the floor.
- Place your feet hip-width apart with the toes facing away from you.
- Gently contract your abdominal muscles to flatten your low back into the floor.
- Gently exhale. Keep the abdominals engaged and lift your hips up off the floor.
- Press your heels into the floor for added stability. Avoid pushing your hips too high, which can cause hyperextension (arching) in your low back.
- Hold for the suggested amount of seconds.
- Inhale and slowly lower yourself back to your starting position.
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