The truth is, every woman wants to have a finely shaped buttock; however, not everyone knows the right methods to achieve this. A lot of people think that squats are the best exercise for a toned butt, but, the truth is that there are many other exercises that are far more powerful and beneficial than squats. So, if you're tired of squats or if you're not satisfied with the results from this exercise, take a look at the following exercises:
Single leg glute bridge
Lie on the back, bend the knees, and put the feet close to the buttock. One leg should be straightened and then you need to squeeze the glutes and lift the hips and buttock off the floor. Lower the buttock until it hovers over the floor and repeat the movement once more with the other leg and make sure not to touch the ground.
Hydrant with leg extension
Begin with the hands and knees on the floor and then lift one leg, still bent, toward the ceiling. Straighten it and then pause. Bend the knee and go back to primary position. Repeat the same movement for 60 seconds and then do the same with the other leg.
Put the both the legs and arms on the floor. Hold the core tight and lift one leg up behind you and cross it over the leg still on the floor. Let the foot down and tap with it on the ground, lift back up to the primary position, and lower it to tap the ground once more. Repeat it for 60 seconds before you switch legs.
Stand with the feet hip-width apart and the hands on the hips. Then, lift one leg out to the side and then cross it behind you and bend the other knee so that the knee of the extended leg touches the ground. The knee needs to be straightened and the leg lifted back out to the side. Do the exercise for a minute and then switch sides.
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