This glute building workout for women is all about building glute strength and sculpting that booty! Strong, sexy glutes, YASS please!
Why Glute Strength is Important
Having strong glutes are for more than just making those jeans look good! Your glutes actually have an impact on your overall strength and well-being.
Strengthening your glutes can help decrease lower back pain, increase balance, and help with posture. Strong glutes can also make everyday tasks like climbing stairs and running around easier! Add this glute building workout to your fitness routine to start strengthening your glutes and finding that confidence – looking good and feeling good!
Follow Along With the Video to See How Each Exercise is Done!
Glute Building Workout
Hip thrust x8-15 full range
Wall sit with abduction (40sec) pause
Extra range strict deadlift x8-15
Place the barbell so that it is directly above your hips. Position your shoulder blades on the top of the bench. Then by driving through your feet, lift your hips up raising the bar. Keep your weight in your feet and shoulder blades. Slowly lower back down for 1 rep.
Wall Sit with Abduction
Sit with your back against the wall with your knees at 90 degrees. Your feet should be hip-width apart. Push your knees outward (abduction) and bring them back to the starting position for 1 rep.
Extra Range Strict Deadlift
To get “extra range,” stack two sets of plates on the ground to stand on. Standing on the plates, hold the kettlebell with your arms straight and knees slightly bent. Slowly bend at your hip joint and lower the kettlebell to the ground. Make sure you keep your back straight. Squeeze your glutes to pull yourself back up. Remember don’t use your back or your spine!
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