7 Moves for a Tighter Butt

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Would you like to see your butt perfectly fill out your favorite pair of jeans? Achieving your goals takes work, and this butt workout will help you to tighten your butt, making a huge difference in its appearance. A tight butt allows your jeans to fit perfectly around it, accentuating the curves you’ve worked so hard to achieve!

This butt workout isolates your glutes to get them round and tight. Without the heavy lifting, we’ve designed a workout that will burn your glutes. By combining a variety of squats with different variations on kickbacks, and rounding things out with a deadlift, we’ve put together all the right moves to tighten, tone, and sculpt your butt. Remember to sit down extra carefully tomorrow!

Equipment Needed: set of medium weights (8-12 lbs), yoga mat or soft surface, step/chair

What to Do: Perform each exercise for 12 reps, alternating legs as needed. Be sure to squeeze your glutes at the top portion for each exercise. Perform this workout twice a week, with at least 2 rest days in between.

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

Exercises:

1. Half Squat
2. Straight Leg Glute Kick Backs
3. Dumbbell Deadlift
4. Single Leg Squat with Kick-Back
5. Goblet Squat
6. Donkey Kicks
7. Step Up

Half Squat

Straight Leg Glute Kick Backs

Dumbbell Deadlift

Single Leg Squat with Kick-Back

Goblet Squat

Donkey Kicks

Step Up

While getting your butt tighter, try these back exercises to get a matching set:
Beautiful Back Home Workout
H.I.I.T. Your Back Workout
4 Moves to a Sexy Summer Back

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6 Comments on "7 Moves for a Tighter Butt"

  1. Jill  April 23, 2015

    There should always be a description of each exercise or pictures so we know to do????? I have no idea what a Goblet Squat is, etc…..

    Reply
    • SkinnyMs  April 23, 2015

      Jill, I agree. There are always videos. Are they not showing up for you?

      Reply
  2. Michele  May 15, 2015

    The videos were there and then disappeared. Weird!

    Reply
    • SkinnyMs  May 18, 2015

      Michele, That is weird! I see them there now.

      Reply
  3. Ana  June 10, 2015

    What about the rest time? Is recommendable to do it between exercise or each round and how long should I take a rest?

    Reply
    • SkinnyMs  June 11, 2015

      We recommend resting for 1-2 minutes per set.

      Reply

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