Moves for the Perfect Booty!

Moves for the Perfect Booty!

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock the past several years you know that big butts are in! I’ve never met a woman that didn't want a big butt, me included! 

Not only are big booties aesthetically pleasing but having worked for one that you love can boost your confidence and motivation for working out. There are not many feelings in this world that beat out feeling confident and loving yourself! Plus, butts are way to gorgeous to not perk up and show off.

Luckily, my experience with weightlifting and powerlifting over that past 4 years, has provided me the opportunity to find all of the best booty building movements. 

The beauty of these movements is they’re perfect for women at any level! You can start with no weight and slowly work your way up if you’d like. They’re perfect for those at home with no weights, those that have dumbbells sitting at home in a closet, those going to the gym with access to barbells and weights, and those that enjoy Crossfit, weightlifting, or powerlifting. Anyone!

I’ll share with you the basic movements as well as additional variations you can implement to enhance your booty workout. Don’t forget to download my free handout HERE with 6 booty building workouts focused on these movements. Now, let's take those glutes to the next level!

1. Squats: Traditional Squat, Bulgarian Split Squat, Goblet Squat

Traditional Squat

Traditional Squat Step #1

Traditional Squat Step #1

Traditional Squat Step #2

Traditional Squat Step #2

Bulgarian Split Squat

Bulgarian Split Squat Step #1

Bulgarian Split Squat Step #1

Bulgarian Split Squat Step #2

Bulgarian Split Squat Step #2

Goblet Squat

Goblet Squat Step #1

Goblet Squat Step #1

Goblet Squat Step #2

Goblet Squat Step #2

2. Deadlifts: Conventional & Sumo

Conventional Deadlift

Conventional Deadlift Step #1

Conventional Deadlift Step #1

Conventional Deadlift Step #2

Conventional Deadlift Step #2

Sumo Deadlift Directions: Feet are spread very wide. Relax your shoulders. Take a breath, lower your hips while looking forward with your chest up. Drive through floor, extend through hips and knees. Drive back. You will be at the top of the deadlift at this point and ready to do it all over again.

 

3. Lunges

Lunges Step #1

Lunges Step #1

Lunges Step #2

Lunges Step #2

Lunges Step #3

Lunges Step #3

4. Glute Bridges

Glute Bridge Step #1

Glute Bridge Step #1

Glute Bridge Step #2

Glute Bridge Step #2

5. Glute Kickback: Glute Kickbacks w/ Variation

Glute Kickbacks

Glute Kickbacks Step #1

Glute Kickbacks Step #1

Glute Kickbacks Step #1

Glute Kickbacks Step #1

Glute Kickbacks w/ Variation

Glute Kickbacks w/ variation. Same movement as above just lift the opposite arm.

Glute Kickbacks w/ variation. Same movement as above just lift the opposite arm.

6. Step Ups

Step Up Step #1

Step Up Step #1

Step Up Step #2

Step Up Step #2

Step Up Step #3

Step Up Step #3

Keep in mind, the more weight you incorporate the more you may have to decrease your reps and vice versa. Also, keep in mind, these movements are usually supplements to a strengths based workout. If you are looking to lose fat and build your booty (gain muscle) you will have to incorporate these movements into a strengths based workout. Feel free to ask for any guidance you may need! I'm more than happy to give you any information or answer any questions you may have :). 

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