10-Minute Best Butt Workout Challenge

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The best way to strengthen, lift, and tone your butt is to seek out the most innovative workouts, tailor-made to target your glutes in order to produce quick and visible results. But you don’t need to clock hours at the gym to achieve these results. The 10-Minute Best Butt Workout Challenge was designed to hit every angle of the three major gluteal muscles. Whether your goal is to tone, lift, or build muscle, this workout is designed to do all three.

You may experience some soreness for the first few workouts. That simply means that you’re working all the right muscles. Continue to perform this routine twice weekly for four weeks, and then switch to another butt workout. SkinnyMs. has a variety of butt workouts for you to choose from! Check out 9 Ways to Get a Butt Lift for Free and find your next 4-week butt routine.

Equipment Needed: Interval Timer (Gymboss is a free app to download), yoga mat or soft surface, chair or step, set of medium dumbbells(8-12 lbs)

What to Do:  Review the exercises and videos below. Perform each exercise for 1 minute and perform single butt exercises for 30 seconds each side. No rest in between workouts. Complete this workout twice a week. Looking for a bigger challenge? Complete more rounds.

Beginner’s Level: 1 round
Intermediate Level: 2 rounds
Advanced Level:  3 rounds


1. Plie Squat
2. Prisoner Squat
3. Dumbbell Squats
4. Toe Taps
5. Jump Squats
6. Glute Bridge
7. Plank Glute Kickback
8. Standing Leg Lift
9. Single Leg Glute Bridge
10. Single Leg Step Ups

Plie Squat

Prisoner Squat

Dumbbell Squats

Toe Taps

Jump Squats

Glute Bridges

Plank Glute Kickback

Standing Leg Lift

Single Leg Glute Bridge

Single Leg Step Ups

Looking for some full fledged butt workouts? Try these favorites:
Resistance Bands Challenge: Week 2 – Legs & Butt
Kettlebell Butt Lift Workout
7 Types of Squats for a Better Butt
Baby Got Back Workout

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