Exercises for the Butt
Contact us Today for a ConsultationWhile cosmetic surgery can help enhance your appearance it should never take the place of a healthy diet and regular exercise. Whether or not you elect cosmetic surgery as an option keep in mind that body shaping goes a long way towards maintaining and enhancing your figure.
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While your butt lift is permanent it’s always a good idea to keep shaping your entire body. Time willing, try to fit in 3 workouts per week for 1/2hr to 1hr at a time (depending on your goals).
Butt Lift (L-Bridge) – Lying on your back bend your knees, lift your hips off the floor while keeping your back straight. Remember to keep your glutes tight through out the movement!
Kickbacks – On all fours, extend one leg and with the foot cocked to a point that places it in line with the head. Then raise it to a 45-degree angle with the foot elevated above the head. The key to maximum results is to concentrate on contracting the glutes throughout the full range of motion.
Leg Lift – Grabbing the top of a chair back to brace yourself, stand up straight, lift one leg behind you while keeping the other leg straight. Bring the raised leg back to the floor and raise it again for 10 repetitions. Then do the same for the other leg. Concentrate on flexing the glutes to that you feel them do the work. This should begin to tighten and firm these muscles.
Cable Kickback (One Leg) – Hook an ankle cuff to a low cable pulley and then attach the cuff to your ankle. Facing the weight stack grasp the frame for support while standing 2ft away from the stack. While keeping your knees and hips bent slightly and your abs tight, contract your glutes to slowly “kick” the working leg back in a semicircular arc as high as it will comfortably go. At full extension, squeeze your glutes for peak contraction. Bring your working leg forward, resisting the pull of the cable until you reach the starting position. Switch legs and repeat.