7 Exercises That Will Get You a Bigger Booty and Flatter Tummy
We all want that wasp waistline, flat tummy, round popping butt, and lean, strong legs. This feats are among the ultimate gym-junkie goals. (just like you)
Getting there is not an easy task.
We've compiled a list of the exercises you can do and start right away with. From home.
For better results within a shorter time, you should do at least 15 reps of workout with only a few seconds of the break, if necessary. You should repeat the sequence up to 3 times.
1. Rear Raise and Hip Circle
The first step is to stand on your left foot and clasp both hands behind your head.
Raise your right leg and stretch it behind you to the highest level it can reach without you bending forward.
Make sure your abs are uptight, then bend your right knee and move it to the front of your body. Move your right knee as though you are drawing a circle in an anticlockwise direction. Your upper body should remain still. Move your right leg to the back without stepping on the floor. In case you have a problem balancing, you can touch the floor a little bit with your toes. Do this movement 15 times with each leg.
2. Side Lunge Side Crunch
The starting position is with your feet together, and your hands clasped behind your head. Maintaining your left leg in a straight position, take a big side step with the right leg, and make a side lunge.
This side lunge is made by bending the knee and pushing the hips behind. Bring the right leg back only this time it should not step on the floor, and it should be crossed in front of your body. While crossing the leg, make a side crunch by bringing your left shoulder down towards the left hip, do 15 reps with both legs.
3. Plank Heel Push
Position yourself in a low plank position, with your body resting on your forearms.
Your whole body should be aligned, that is, from the shoulders to the ankles and tighten your abs. Bend your right leg, while retracting your heel towards your body and flexing your foot at the same time.
Compress your inner thighs and bring your knees together. Press your right heel up to the ceiling and at the same time, lift your right knee a few inches above the left.
Bring your knees together again while the right knee remains bent, and contract your inner thighs. Do 15 reps with each leg.
4. Rear Lunge Cross Crunch
While standing, put your feet together and your hands behind your head. Push your right leg to the back in a back lunge position while twisting your torso into a cross crunch. While at it, your upper ribs should move towards the left hip. You should then return to the original position and do 15 reps on both sides.
5. Cross Leg Sit-Up
For this exercise, you start from a sitting position with your legs stretched out in front of you. Stretch your arms to the front with the palms facing inside. Place your right the leg on top of the left, tighten your abs, and lean backwards to a 45-degree angle position.
Make sure your lower back does not touch the floor. Raise your right leg as you bring your body back to a sitting position and place your arms across your right thigh. Bring your leg down and untwist while going back to the 45 degrees position. This whole time your abs should remain uptight. Do 15 reps with each leg.
6. Side Plank Rainbow
Start from a side plank position with your body supported by your right forearm. Your left hand should be behind your head, and your abs well tightened. Stretch out the foot that is on top and raise it a little bit higher beyond the hip level. Use this leg to trace a rainbow from one side of the foot that is on the ground to the other side. Do 15 reps on each leg.
7. Scissor Cross Crunch
Lie on your exercise mat facing up with your legs stretched out above your hips, and your hands clasped behind your head. Move your legs apart, as far as you can go without bending your lower back.
While tightening your inner thigh muscles, bring your legs together. Your inner thigh muscles should remain squeezed while you bring your right leg over your left and at the same time, lift your head and shoulders from the floor. Bring your head back to the floor as you go back to your original position. Do 15 reps while alternately crossing the legs.
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