Guest Post by Niall Traynor
Build a Better Booty and Burn Fat
I had a client start with me a few years back who in her mid-forties really wanted to improve the look of her butt. She wasn’t particularly overweight or out of shape but her butt just didn’t have the lift it did when she was young.
She was already working out but she had two major shortfalls. She had bad form, particularly when squatting or lunging. Secondly, she just didn’t do that many glute-focused exercises.
After only a few months of correcting these two issues she finally started seeing her booty getting higher and more toned. It wasn’t a huge change to her routine but the changes we did make made all the difference.
Great Form = A Great Butt
Check out Kim’s form in the video below. If you want a great butt you have to do the exercises so that they do in fact work your booty. Check out the tips in the video and do your best to master these moves.
So often people let their legs or lower back do the work that the glutes should be doing. That’s a major reason they are not building the booty they desire.
Considering we all want a great backside, one has to ask if you are giving your glutes the attention they deserve? You squat and lunge and do all sorts of exercises that work the glutes but do you ever do workouts solely focused on getting you the derriere of your dreams?
If not, this might be a quick workout your want to try:
The Build Your Booty Workout
3 Rounds of the following:
- Bulgarian Split Squats x 10 (each leg)
- Bridges x 20
- Bent Over Squats x 20
- Double Leg Mountain Climbers x 20
- Kickbacks x 10 (each leg)
Perform each exercise, one after the other with little or no rest.
Bulgarians are great for the glutes and so are bridges (make sure to squeeze your glutes at the top of the exercise). By doing them prior to your squats you really pre-exhaust your glutes forcing them to work overtime for the rest of your workout.
Developing powerful glutes will give you the petite, perky butt you want. It will also help you in any other athletic endeavour you do. Best of all it will help you to avoid injury. Your hips and glutes should do most of the work whenever you bend over or squat, not your legs or lower back.
If glute training up until now has seemed a mystery now you know the devil is in the details. Fit this workout into your weekly exercise regimen for the next few months and it won’t be long before you see a better butt in the mirror!
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