Glute Challenge | Race to 100 Reps

Ready to end the year with a challenge?

It’s that time again! What better way to end 2020 than with a glute challenge?!
The ultimate goal is to get 100 reps of each, but first you need to know how to do the basic movement. Follow along with the video to get step-by-step instructions for how to do a feet elevated glute bridge and a lateral band walk to help you get to those 100 reps!
We like to use resistance bands a lot here at Booty Lab because that is what makes the exerises burn so much, which helps give you a good challenge! Here is the band that I use.
Feet Elevated Glute Bridge
Lateral Band Walk

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How to Do Each Glute Challenge Movement

Band Tip: If your band is tighter push it up closer to your thighs, and if it is looser push it closer to your knees to get the most out of the exercise.

Feet Elevated Glute Bridge

Targets: Glutes, hamstrings, lower back, core

Place your band around your legs and lay on a mat with your back flat to the floor. With a bench, box or other slightly elevated surface in front of you, place your feet up on it so that your knees are at a 90 degree angle in the air. Press through your heels to lift your pelvis off of the floor. Keep your core tight and pelvis tucked under, squeezing your glutes at the top. Lower back down in the same start position you began with, with your back flat for one rep.

Lateral Band Walk

Targets: Glutes, hips, thighs

Place your band around your legs. Stand with your feet about shoulder width apart with your knees pressed outward. Hinge your hips backward and bend slightlty at the knees. Take small steps first to the right, with your right leg leading, then back to the left with your left leg leading. Maintain your stance the whole time and do not let your feet meet. You can do this one step at a time or multiple steps at a time. One step is one rep.

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