Show less Improving your backside is really rather simple. The butt is basically just another muscle, so those can be targeted and strengthened.
Aubrey Bailey is a Doctor of Physical Therapy with an additional degree in psychology and board certification in hand therapy. Bailey is also an Anatomy and Physiology professor. Henry is a freelance writer and personal trainer living in New York City.
There are so many of us who would love a perkier bum, smoother thighs and reduce those saddlebags. These awesome videos are specifically designed to lift the butt and tone the legs. These exercises will strengthen, tighten, and tone your butt, thighs, quads, hamstrings, calves, and more, to help you engage the muscle groups, tone your booty and work your lower-half, hard!
Back to Exercise. Tone up, firm up and burn fat from your tummy, hips, thighs and bottom with this minute legs, bums and tums LBT home workout. Before you begin, warm up with a 6-minute warm-up.
The difference between buns of steel and buns of, well, pants are these 10 bum-blasting exercises. We tried 'em — now it's your turn. Get moving!
Back to Exercise. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, feet facing forwards and hands stretched out in front. Lower yourself by bending your knees as if you were preparing to sit down on a chair.
Taking care of your glutes is essential to protect yourself from back pain. The changes that happen to the body as a result of having weak glutes are really, really significant. From about the age of 35, he says, we start to lose muscle tone generally, but our glutes are particularly vulnerable.
Premium is the ad-free experience reserved for paying members. Support Organic Authority by subscribing to Premium and view the site with no ads. Shapely buns are in, and you don't need J-Lo's genes to get them. For the best results, perform these moves every other day.
Want a peach emoji-worthy butt? Good news, though: It's not all about aesthetics. These butt-lifting exercises are the best way to hit every angle.