What if we said you could have the total transformation of a butt lift…without the butt lift?
You’d call us crazy, right? Butt lifts require surgery!
You just need the right exercises and you can have a naturally toned booty in no time.
We’ve picked 5 butt-toning exercises right out of our own boot camps. These are exercises that you can do at home, at boot camp, or pretty much anywhere.
So why not give them a try? Let’s take a look.
#1 – Single-Leg Glute Bridge
No messing around here: this exercise will laser-target your glutes, which are the major muscles in your butt.
To do this move, lie on your back with your knees bent high and your feet flat on the ground. Keep your knees in line and extend one leg. Squeeze your butt and push your hips upwards, high as you can go. Pause. Lower your butt until it hovers right above the floor. Keep your leg straight the whole time, and repeat without your butt touching the ground.
#2 – Step Ups
Stand in front of a sturdy, elevated surface. Then, step onto the surface with one leg and bring your other leg up until your knee is at a right angle. Step back down from the surface and repeat, alternating your starting leg.
#3 – Standing Forward Bend
While we’re working on your butt, we might as well knock out some cellulite, right? This will help.
Stand with your feet hip-width apart. Keep your knees slightly bent. Bending at the hip, lay your chest on your upper thighs and let your head fall forward toward the ground. Slowly work to straighten your legs without locking the knees. Your hips should stay centered over your feet. Hold.
#4 – The Lean
This one will help work your inner thighs, which will give your booty a nice tucked in look.
Begin with your feet shoulder-width apart, arms down at your sides. Take a step back with your right foot, crossing towards your left. Then, bend sideways from the waist toward your left and reach your right arm up and left arm down toward your right calf. Return your starting position then repeat, alternating sides.
#5 – Plank with Leg Lift
Our final exercise comes with a special bonus: you can tone your tummy and your butt at the same time!
Start with a plank – face down, supported by your toes and forearms, hips parallel to the floor. Then flex one foot and raise it up three inches. Hold. Repeat with the other foot.
One Last Thing…
These 5 exercises are all great for getting that at-home butt lift, but you know what will work even faster? Joining one of our boot camps! Find a location near you so you can fast track your surgery-free butt lift: