Reshape your booty with just 3-moves.
All exercises are not created equal. Some moves, like squats & deadlifts, are just more effective than others. These exercises, also known as compound movements, train more than one major muscle group at a time. This means that you can get a better workout in, in a shorter amount of time! Our 3-Move Kettlebell Butt Lift Workout incorporates these awesome moves (and a hybrid of the two) to lift, round, and reshape your booty.
Each of these compound movements can be improved further with a kettlebell! This routine will challenge your balance, allowing you to sculpt strong, gorgeous glutes and hamstrings.
3-Move Kettlebell Butt Lift Workout
Equipment Needed: One set of kettlebells (5-10 lbs. each,) One kettlebell (15-30 lbs.,) and a bench or chair.
What to Do: Perform each exercise for the designated number of repetitions. You can do this workout alone or add it to your usual leg routine to give your butt an extra boost. Be sure to watch the videos below for correct demonstrations on how to perform these exercises.
Beginner Level: Complete 2 rounds
Intermediate Level: Complete 3 rounds
Advanced Level: Complete 4 rounds
1. Bulgarian Split Squats – 15 reps per leg
2. Kettlebell Swing – 20 reps
3. Single Leg Deadlifts – 15 reps per leg
Bulgarian Split Squats
Single Leg Deadlifts
After trying this 3-Move Kettlebell Butt Lift Workout, give our 6 Week Emergency Makeover Program a try!
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Editor’s Note: Originally published Mar. 6, 2016.
Leisa, Thank you so much! We work very hard at making SkinnyMs.a site that provides valuable information and phenomenal recipes and workouts! 🙂
5-10 pound kettlebells?! I don’t own anything less than 30. What good will a 5 pound kettlebell do?
Susan, Use the 30 pounds. You’re more on the advanced end. 🙂
You state 15 reps per leg. These are not per leg exercises. Do you want us to do 30 reps per exercise?
Alice, I removed that from the post. 🙂