7 Moves That Will Tone Your Butt Better Than Any Other Butt Exercise

There’s nothing better than a toned butt! Ladies understand the need to shape the buttock and try their best to achieve their goal. No need to do 1000 squats a day because we’ll show you a way to tone your butt without much effort.

Here are the 7 moves that will tone your butt better than any other exercise:

1. Bridge up

Lay on your back and bend your knees. Your hands should be flat on the floor, parallel with your body. Squeeze your butt and raise your hips towards the ceiling. Your hands should be flat during the exercise. Slowly lower your hips to return into starting position. Do as many reps as you can.

2. Single leg squat

Sit on a chair and keep your legs straight and in front of you. Use one leg to raise your hip from the chair while keeping the other leg straight. Stand up and make sure the other leg is not moving and straight. Once you’re up, take a pause and then slowly return to sitting position. Repeat on both legs. Perform 2 sets of 10 reps.

3. Single leg deadlift

Grab a dumbbell in each arm and stand straight. Your body weight should be on your right leg. Pull your left leg as high as you can while keeping it straight. The left leg should be high enough so that your upper body and left leg are parallel to the floor. Do 2 sets of 10 repetitions with both legs.

4. Fire hydrant

Get down on all fours. Your elbows should be locked and torso parallel to the floor. Yo head should be facing down. Part the thigh from the mid-line of your body and make a 90 degree angle between your thighs. Make a pause once you’re at 90 degrees angle and slowly return to starting position.Do 3 sets of 10 repetitions with both thighs.

5. Tiger stretches

Get down on all fours with your elbows locked and straight. Bend your left knee trying to touch your nose to your knee. Take your bent leg as high as you can. Hold the position as much as you can and don’t forget to inhale and exhale. Repeat the movement back and forth, slowly. Do 5 repetitions on both legs.

6. Crescent lunge

Stand straight. Slowly place both hands on the floor while keeping your hips and body up. Inhale ad male a high lunge moving one foot between your hands and raising your torso upward.Keep our palms close. Keep your body straight, without any curve to your back. Hold the pose as much as you can.

7. Deep squat –Malasana

Get into the staff pose. Slowly bend your knees, one by one. Slowly lean forward so that your torso is between your thighs and raise up into a squat. Squat on your feet and move your hips outwards as much as you can. Slowly move your toes diagonally in opposite directions and place your hands together in front of your chest. Hold the pose as much as you can.

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