Want to build a stronger backside? You’ve got to try glute strengthening exercises. These help sculpt your body, as well as protect your lower back. If you hate squats or deadlifts, you’re sure going to enjoy doing these workouts.
In today’s video, we’ll talk about glute exercises that strengthen your butt.
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Intro – 0:00
1. Walking Lunges – 00:28
2. Stability Ball Hip Thrust – 01:07
3. Single-Leg Deadlift – 01:52
4. Supported Single-Leg Deadlift – 02:26
5. Step Up – 03:00
6. Banded Lateral Step-Out Squat – 03:22
7. Banded Glute Bridge – 04:02
8. Isometric Glute Bridge – 04:29
9. Glute Bridge March – 04:57
10. Stability Ball Bridge – 05:25
11. Weighted Good Morning – 05:48
12. Isometric Squat – 06:15
1. Walking Lunges
We’re kicking things off with a pretty simple one. For this exercise, you hold a pair of weights at shoulder height and stand with your feet together.
2. Stability Ball Hip Thrust
In this exercise, you will be using a stability ball. Also known as a simple exercise ball, this piece of equipment allows you to do a ton of different workouts.
3. Single-Leg Deadlift
For this exercise, you need to stand on your right side and move your leg behind your body a little.
4. Supported Single-Leg Deadlift
You begin this exercise by standing on your left leg, and holding a weight in your right hand.
5. Step Up
In this exercise, you will need the help of a bench or a staircase.
6. Banded Lateral Step-Out Squat
For this exercise, you will need a resistance band.
7. Banded Glute Bridge
Keep the resistance band for this exercise as well.
8. Isometric Glute Bridge
You will not need the resistance band for this one.
9. Glute Bridge March
You start this exercise by lying on your back.
10. Stability Ball Bridge
That’s right! For this workout, you’re going to need the help of the stability ball again.
11. Weighted Good Morning
You begin this exercise by standing with your feet apart.
12. Isometric Squat
Keep your feet as wide as your shoulders, while keeping the hands to the side.
For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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