3 best exercises for a firm butt

Our buttocks are in action every day, whether it’s climbing stairs or bending down to pick something up off the floor. The large, medium and small muscles of the buttocks therefore fulfill important tasks for our body, which is why a butt workout not only ensures a firm and shapely butt, but can even help against cellulite. Trained glutes are important for the correct alignment of our pelvis, they can improve our posture and support the lower back, among other things. All good reasons to start with a glute workout, but which exercises are particularly effective?

Fitness 2022: 3 best exercises for a firm butt

1. Squat

The squat is one of the most effective exercises of all and can not only help you get toned legs, but also firm glutes. Train your glutes with the squat as follows: Stand with your legs hip-width apart and your toes pointed slightly outward. Your back is straight and your stomach tight. Now move your buttocks back as if you were going to sit on a chair. Hold briefly and then return to starting position in a controlled manner.

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2. Dirty Dog

Have you never heard of Dirty Dog? The time has come! With this effective exercise, he trains the buttocks as well as the back and side thighs. Here’s how: Get on your mat on all fours, with your hands under your shoulders and your knees under your hips. Now pull one leg out to the side as far as you can. Then slowly lower your leg back down and repeat with the other leg. As you lift your legs, your glutes should be tight.

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3. Donkey kicks

And donkey kicks are also a must in a glute crunch workout: the exercise strengthens the gluteal muscles, but also the thighs and core muscles. Begin this exercise on all fours. Then lift one leg off the floor and push it toward the ceiling with your foot bent. Lower your thighs a little, and then “bump” them with small movements. Then do the same with the other leg.

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