Abs, Butt, Legs Home Workout

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Having a repertoire of home workouts is necessary for days when you don’t feel like going to the gym, and this simple routine is sure to make you feel the burn. It’s a lower body home workout that targets your legs, butt, and abs.

There are a total of seven moves in this workout. Squats are great for your butt and thighs. The reverse lunge with front kick will leave your legs burning. Russian twists and lifts target your abs, working both your lower abs and obliques, while calf raises are good for your calves. And finally, mountain climbers and squat jumps get your heart racing at the same time that they strengthen your core muscles, hamstrings, and quads.

Doing the moves in quick succession without a break means that you force your muscles to work harder for longer, so it’s both a strength workout and a cardio workout. Additionally, you can finish the routine in under 30 minutes, which means it’s ideal when you need a quick workout.

Abs, Butt, Legs Home Workout

What You’ll Need: (optional) a gym mat or towel to lay on the floor

What to Do: Complete all the exercises in order without rest in between. Rest for 60-90 seconds, then repeat.

Beginners: 2 rounds
Intermediate: 3 rounds
Advanced: 4 rounds

Below, we’ve included videos showing how to perform each move. Having proper form helps prevent injuries and ensures you’re getting the most out of your workout.


1. 30 Mountain Climbers
2. 20 Sumo Squats
3. 10 Reverse Lunges with Front Kicks (on each leg)
4. 40 Russian Twists
5. 10 Squat Jumps
6. 30 Leg Lifts
7. 50 Calf Raises

Instructional Videos

Mountain Climbers

Sumo Squats

Reverse Lunges with Front Kick

Russian Twist

Squat Jumps

Leg Lifts

Calf Raises

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5 Comments on "Abs, Butt, Legs Home Workout"

  1. Janet  August 12, 2017

    I am having a difficult time watching the videos. Many play at the same time and I cannot figure out how to shut them off. Please help.

    • Gale Compton  August 14, 2017

      Hi Janet,

      Hit the stop button on all videos, then only play one at a time. Sometimes videos are opened and not stopped before moving to the next one. 🙂

  2. Colby  August 17, 2017

    Use Chrome to view the page. The videos are autoplaying over each other with no option to turn off on other browsers.

  3. isis  November 25, 2018

    Hello! I love this idea and will incorporate it into my daily routine starting tomorrow so i can get a few things i need. As a beginner, how many days a week should i do this?


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