5 best exercise for Sexy Glutes


Aug 12, 2021

 by Diane Singleton
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Ladies - 5 Best Exercises to Get Those Round, Sexy Glutes

 

Every lady desires to have a sculpted and shapely derriere. However, unfortunately, our body over time tends to store excess fat in areas such as the thighs, hips, butt, arms, and belly. This fat will, in turn, appear to be the most prominent feature, thus spoiling our general look and figure. If you are looking to fix this by strengthening and sculpting your glutes, you have come to the right place.

With the exercises that will be covered below, you can create your own glutes workout at home. Here is how you can do it:

  1. Glute Bridge

Start by lying down on your back with your legs bent, both feet flat on the floor, and with your arms on your sides. Gently squeeze your glutes and lift your hips off the floor until your body forms one straight line from the shoulders to the knees. Stay in this position for 2 seconds and then lower your back to the starting position. Do 15 reps of this exercise.

  1. Hip Controlled Articular Rotations (CARs)

Begin on all fours on the floor, with your wrists under your shoulders and knees under your hips. While keeping your hips level and the right leg bent at 90 degrees, draw a circle with your right knee by pulling it towards your elbow, lifting it out to the side, pulling it back behind the body while rotating your thigh until it is parallel to the floor, and drawing it forwards until it is back in line with your left knee. Do 15 reps on each side.

  1. Pile Squat

Begin by standing with your feet wider than your shoulders and turning out so that your inner thighs are facing forward, with your hands clasped in front of your chest. Tuck your pelvis under and lower down into a wide-legged squat as you aim to get your thighs parallel to the flow. Now go back to the start. Do 15 reps of this exercise.

  1. Squat and Lunge

Start by standing with your feet a little bit wider than your shoulders, with toes slightly turned out or facing forward, hands clasped in front of your chest. Go down into a squat; make sure you keep your knees from passing your toes. Now, get up and take a huge step forward with the left foot and go down into a lunge, stopping when your legs create 90-degree angles. Keep your right heel high. Go back to the beginning. Do 15 reps on each side.

  1.  Single-Leg Deadlift

Begin by standing with your legs together, weight on your left leg, with your left arm extended out to the side for balance, and your right arm pointed straight down towards the floor. Engage your abs and gradually lean forward, extending your right leg straight back behind your body while lowering your torso towards the floor until the two are parallel to the ground, and with your right hand almost touching the floor. Drive into the left heel to go back to your starting position. Do 15 reps for each side.