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The difference between buns of steel and buns of, well, pants are these 10 bum-blasting exercises. We tried 'em — now it's your turn. Get moving! This is an awesome way to relieve tension in your lower back and work your butt at the same time. A cushy mat will keep your tailbone from crying afterward.
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The 15 Best Butt Exercises For Super-Toned Glute Muscles
Best 10 Exercises to Tone Your Butt | Fitness Magazine
Get your ass into shape with these incredibly easy, super-quick butt-toning exercises from Amanda Butler of The Fhitting Room , a New York City fitness club known for its high intensity workouts. The Squat. Stand with your feet hip width apart and push your hips back so that your weight goes into your heels. Squat down into a 90 degree angle. Stand back up while still pressing down on your heels. Try and push your butt back as far as you can, while keeping your feet planted and your shoulders back. Try not to lean forward!
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4 Simple Exercises To Tone Your Butt In No Time
If you're looking to sculpt a strong AF backside, look no further than personal trainer and Fit Body app creator Anna Victoria for some hardcore inspo. Anna is the queen of booty-sculpting, and she's helped plenty of clients totally transform their butts with her workouts. Below, she shares her 15 favorite butt exercises. You're going to want to add them to your routine, like, yesterday. Instructions: Choose three moves below.
Back to Exercise. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, feet facing forwards and hands stretched out in front. Lower yourself by bending your knees as if you were preparing to sit down on a chair. Go down as far as feels comfortable, aiming to get your thighs parallel to the floor. Slowly rise up to the starting position.