5 Moves To Get The Best Ass Ever

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Looking to tone your butt? Are you unsure where to start? While many people think they need ten different exercises to attain a fine looking booty, but that’s not what it takes. You only need two things: drive and dedication. In order words, engaging the right booty-building exercises is all you need to get the perfect butt you’ve always dreamed about. And within this article we will share with you what those exercises are. Read on to find out more on five moves to get the best ass ever.

1. Squats

Squats are commonly known as the best form of lower-body exercises – Squats will strengthen your core, hips, and lower back. And since they work pretty much every muscle in your legs, be sure to maintain proper form by keeping your legs shoulder-width apart and your toes pointed slightly out. Overall, just make sure you get the most out of the movement.

2. Weighted walking Lunges

These exercise will elevate your heart rate and probably make you sore the next day.

How to do:

  1. With your arms at your sides and a dumbbell in each hand, step forward.
  2. Lunge and alternate legs with each step. Lunge low.
  3. Make sure your front knee never extends past your toes.

3. Barbell Hip Thrusts

The hip thrust activates and builds the upper glutes to a much greater extent than squats, and even to a greater extent than dead-lifts.

How to do:

  1. Sit on the ground with your back against a bench, feet planted firmly in front of you, and a padded barbell in your lap.
  2. Keep your knees stable, raise the barbell by extending your hips, and push your hips upward with your glutes.
  3. Rise until your body forms a straight line from your shoulders to your knees, then slowly lower back to the ground.
  4. Squeeze your glutes at the top.

4. Stiff-Legged Deadlift

How to do:

  1. Begin by pushing your hips back as far as you can until you feel a deep stretch in your hamstrings.
  2. You can either keep your feet positioned in a close stance, or you can make them sumo—feet wider than shoulder-width apart and slightly pointed out—to switch things up.
  3. Keep the bar as close to your legs as you can.
  4. Keep your back straight.
  5. Go down as low as you can while feeling a deep stretch, and then come back up. Don’t let your lower back round.

5. Bulgarian Split Squats

One key thing to bear in mind whilst engaging this exercise is POSITIONING. The closer together your legs are, the more you target your quads. The farther you place your front leg in front of you, the more emphasis you place on your glutes.

How to do:

  1. With your back foot situated on a bench or box and your chest high, drop your back knee to the floor.
  2. Go down as far down as you can. Repeat.

 

 

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