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Have you been dying for that celebrity booty like JLo, KimK, or Iggy Azalea? These exercises will get that booty right into shape. Try doing this workout three to four times a week for the best results.
The squat is the best booty firmer. Make sure you really lean into the squat. Depending on your fitness level, aim for 15 to 20 repetitions with 3 to 4 sets.
You must be vigilant for this exercise. If it is not done correctly, you can risk injury. Make sure that you have the proper momentum for each jump. Start off with 5 to 10 repetitions to see what your body can handle. This strategy will avoid injury.
Plank Leg Lifts
For this exercise, you must position yourself in the plank hold and then raise each leg at a time that will target your butt muscles.
The lunge is a lower body workout that also targets the butt. Ultimately, you step forward with one leg and then kneel down with the other without making your knee touch the ground. You keep doing this exercise with each leg for 15 repetitions.
For this exercise, you must lie down and then lift your pelvis up in the air. If you want to make it more difficult, try raising one leg while lifting your pelvis up and down or keep your feet on the exercise ball while lifting your hips. Keep in mind that the second option requires lots of balance.
For this exercise, you must kick your heels far back to reach your butt. Try putting your hands behind your butt, and then kick your feet to touch your hands.
In order to get that firm booty, using different alterations of the regular squat is always effective. By adding power to your workout, add dumbbells to the regular squat and feel the burn.
For the sumo squat, you must open your legs wide with your toes pointing sideways. When your legs and feet are in the right stance, you just need to squat. Try doing 15 to 20 reps with 3 to 4 sets.
For this exercise, lie down on your side, similar to the fetal position. Then, you raise your leg up and down get that rotation movement in your butt muscles. If you want to add resistance, add weights on your ankles. Don’t forget to do both sides!
The jump squat is a high power exercise. After your regular squat, as you get back up, you must jump. Watch out for your knees on this exercise, if you find it too difficult, avoid it altogether. You do not want to risk the injury.