Don’t neglect your booty. I mean it.
About six months ago, I decided to dedicate one day of training each week to building my glutes. I simply do a little accessory work at the end of my already scheduled leg day. I love the results. I feel stronger and faster all around…and I like the way my jeans fit, if you know what I’m saying. Here is a favorite sequence. Try it!
Yes, my head is cut off for some of this video, but listen, you can’t have it all when you are doing home workouts with kids.
- 10 Squats (click link for a tutorial on how to properly protect your core with weighted squats). If you need a substitute for the weighted squats…do this instead.
- 15 Hip Thrust with Hold
- 20 Frog Pumps
- 10 reps each leg, 1-legged Elevated Glute Bridge (You can use a couch or any elevated surface for this).
- 20 reps, Elevated Glute Bridge
Aim for 4 Rounds!
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