Looking to tone your legs and buns, but don’t have a lot of time on hand? This quick workout for your backside from Lori and Michelle will challenge you physically in a short amount of time and give you the results you are seeking. Bonus: the girls display how you can achieve great results for your lower half even while pregnant!
“Do you love your butt? What about your legs?
We think it is time to say proudly, “I love my lower body.”
All together now…I love my lower body.
We can hear your excitement 😉 Don’t you feel better now?
18 minute workout to get a tighter, firmer butt.
Purely training #57 is a butt and lower body workout.
You will need some equipment, besides your Gymboss Interval Timer, you will need a chair or equalizer.
Don’t have an equalizer yet? This would be a great time to get one as it can help you take your workout to the next level. Challenge your body so you can keep progressing!
*disclaimer: make sure to consult with your doctor before trying anything new with your workout routine.
Purely training workout 57 will work your legs, glutes, hips, hamstrings, and inner and outer thighs.
The workout has lunges, squats with a kick over, and bridge cross overs.
These targeted moves are the simple solution for sculpting a higher, tighter booty.
In purely fit life club we did this move in a workout a few weeks back –> upright bridge cross overs. And just loved them! They really target the back side of the legs.
Did you know that your butt (gluteus maximus) is the largest muscle in the body? So exercising it is very important, especially for us girls.
We all want cute butts, right? Well to get a cute butt we need to work the butt just like we would work our arms.
Okay you are just 18 minutes way until you have a strong tight butt!
Depending on your before and current fitness level this workout can be modified to be safe for pregnancy, check with your doctor. This workout is great to build lower body strength which is important for pregnancy. Squatting is a common position during labor, so having strong gluteus maximus will help. It also helps with posture!! Your butt muscles attach to your pelvis, so if you strength your glutes with exercises like the ones in this workout the glute muscle will hold the pelvis in the anterior position. Bonus it helps lower back pain!
Here is your workout breakdown.”
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