September 23, 2022 2 min read
Working on your bums is important for several reasons. Strong glutes make you faster, stronger and capable of delivering more explosive power to virtually every movement. Glute strength can help reduce hip and knee pain and protect your back from injury; it also improves your athletic performance in nearly any workout and helps you to have good posture and power.
The sumo squat is one of many squat variations you can add to your lower-body workout routine. Sumo Squats is a great lower-body strength exercisethat works your quads, hamstrings, butt, and inner thighs.
Donkey kicks target your glutes in a way many other exercises can’t. These kicks will strengthen your legs, core, lower back, as well as your buttocks. This isolation exercise is sure to give you a great burn while opening up the hips, improving posture and strengthening your upper body. When performed correctly, this exercise does an excellent job in shaping your butt.
Works the gluteus maximusmuscle, the largest one in the buttocks toning your butt to give you the shape you want. Although the exercise targets the butt area, the glute bridge does a great job of activating and strengthening your core stabilizer muscles.
Lunges will get you that lean, sculpted back-side you desire. This resistance exercise is popular for its ability to strengthen your back, hips, and legs, while the single-leg movements activate your stabilizing muscles to develop balance, coordination, and stability.
Clamshell targets the deep glute muscles (gluteus medius and minimus) these muscles help stabilize your pelvis, prevent lower back pain, and balance out your lower body. This exercise helps you to become more balanced in all of your exercises, and get those lower body gains you're looking for.