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10 Butt Exercise For Tighter Butt

When the current mantra for youngistan is ‘health is wealth’, then doing everything possible to stay fit is what they really do. We all at some point are in the mood to lose weight, to get a fit shape and to make ourselves look good and perfect.

Losing belly fat is easy and there are various types of exercises that help in reducing the extra fat you have accumulated over your belly. But what about the extra fat that is increasing the size of your butt. How to reduce all those extra kilos that have made the shape of your butt heavy and wide?

No, don’t go under depression for this, we have solutions for everything. Here we present to you some exercises that will be helpful to you to decrease your butt size and will also give you a tighter butt.

The walking Lunge: Stand on your feet together and hold the dumbbells on your shoulder. Take a step forward and bend your knees. Both the knees should be bend at 90 degree angle and the front thigh should be parallel to the floor, keeping your knee behind your toes. Do this process for both feet.

(Pic Source : Thrive Over Forty)
(Pic Source : Thrive Over Forty)

The Curtsy Lunge: Stand on your feet and hip wide apart and keep the weight on your body on left foot. Pull your right foot backward and put it behind your left leg. Bend down and keep your thighs parallel to the floor. Same like the previous one. Repeat it for both the legs.

(Pic Source : PopSugar)
(Pic Source : PopSugar)

Hip-Lift Progression: Lie down on your back and your arms at your side and your knees bent and feet firm on the floor. Lift your hip upwards and hold it for 1 count and then lower your back and bring down your hip. Do it for several times for toned hip shape.

(Pic Source : Tribesports)
(Pic Source : Tribesports)

Toe-Taps: Lie down on the floor on your back and bend the knee and keep your feet on the floor. Now slowly and quietly tap your left toes to the floor and then your right. Do this tapping session for many times.

(Pic : Epoch Times)
(Pic Source : Epoch Times)

Dumbbell Squats: This is something tough. You have to use dumbbell for it. Put your feet shoulder width apart and hold dumbbells by your thighs. Squat down like you will sit on chair and keep your weight over your heels. Do this for 15-20 times each day.

(Pic Source : Reach Your Peak)
(Pic Source : Reach Your Peak)

Sun Salutations or Surya Namaskar: This is a part of yoga that is being performed for ages. Lay down putting your chest on the ground and then push your entire body upward keeping full pressure and support on toes and hand palm.

(Pic Source : Yoganonymous)
(Pic Source : Yoganonymous)

Single Leg Front Raises: Your Standing position should be just like how you did for dumbbell squats. Now bend your right leg and raise it about 3 inches off the floor. Now stretch your both arms in front of you. Raise your one hand above your head and hold it for few seconds and then bring in down. Perform this quite few times.

(Pic Source : HealthNBodyTips.com)
(Pic Source : HealthNBodyTips.com)

Side lying leg raise: Lie down on your right side and bend your knee 90 degree of your right leg. Keep your left leg straight. Press your fingers into the top of your buttock and keep your hip slightly tilting forward. Raise your left leg as far as you can without moving or tilting your hips. Keep it for few seconds and bring your leg back to the start point.

(Pic Source : YouTube)
(Pic Source : YouTube)

Squat with Kickback: Stand with your legs shoulder wide apart. Sit back to a squat, bringing your fists close to your chin. Then bring your left leg straight behind you while extending your arms forward. Return to the squat position.

(Pic Source : The Balancing Act)
(Pic Source : The Balancing Act)

Rainbows: Keep your knees and hip width apart and your wrists stacked over your shoulders. With a pointed toe extend your right leg and reach the foot toward the ceiling. Now lower down your leg and touch the floor. Do it for your other leg even.

(Pic Source : Skimble)
(Pic Source : Skimble)

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