12 Exercises That Can Give You An Irresistible Butt

12 Exercises That Can Give You An Irresistible Butt

Obviously, you need to be born with a certain body and type of physique in order to be able to have a perfect butt. However, you still have to work hard for it. You can’t just sit in your chair all day long and expect to look great. Certain exercises can definitely help you tonify your body. Today we’re going to focus on the buttocks.

Front lunges.

Stand up straight with your hands on your hips and take a big step forward with one leg, bending at the knee. Step back and repeat 20 times.

Side lunges.

This is a similar exercise. Stand in the same position but step forward and to the right with the right leg or to the left with the left leg.

Back lunges.

Also similar, this exercise has to be repeated 15 to 20 times. Stand up straight and step backward with one leg and try to keep your balance. Repeat 15 times.

Squats.

Stand up straight with your hands and arms in front of you. Keep your back straight and squat, then stop at a 90 degree angle. Repeat 15-20 times.

Leg lifts

Lie on your back with your legs straight. Raise one leg in the air and try not to bend your knee. Keep your hands flat on the ground and raise your hips off the ground. Hold for 5 seconds and repeat 10-15 times.

Scissor kicks.

Lie on one side propped up on one elbow. Lift your outside leg slowly and keep both legs straight. Hold in the air for 15 seconds, lower the leg and repeat 15 times.

Forward bends.

Stand up straight with your feet together and arms at your sides. Bend forward while raising one leg behind you. Stretch your arms out in front of you for balance. Repeat 10 times.

Single leg lifts

Stand up straight with your hands on your hips. Slowly lift one leg in front of you and hold for 15 seconds. Keep your legs and toes straight. Repeat 15 times.

Diagonal kicks.

Stand up straight with your hands on your hips. Slowly raise one leg diagonally behind you and hold it for 15 seconds. Slowly lower the leg and repeat. At first you can try holding onto the back of a chair for balance.

Single leg squat.

Stand up straight with your hands in front of you. Kick one leg to the side and slowly lower yourself down to a 90 degree angle by bending the other knee. Keep the other leg straight. Repeat 10-15 times.

Simple bridge

Lay flat on your back with your arms at your sides. Lift your hips into the air by bending your knees. Hold for 15-30 seconds and don’t move your arms.

Plank

Lay flat on your stomach and prop yourself up on your elbows. Push yourself up on your toes with the legs straight. Hold this position as long as you can.