6 Exercises To Get Your Flat Booty To Pop
#2 Standing Lunges
You know lunges are the killer moves for your butt and thighs. If you don’t know how they work start by standing with feet shoulder width apart pointing straight ahead. Then step with you left foot forward but keeping you right leg centered over your ankle and making sure your knee doesn’t go beyond your toes.
In order to keep your balance, don’t forget to push off with your heels when you step forward. But when you are coming back to the starting position make sure you focus on straightening your knee and hip.
#3 Donkey Kicks
This exercise is really easy and you don’t even have to stand. It is an easy way to shape your butt with donkey kicks that are also known as the gluteus kickback. You can even do it while watching TV. All you need to do is get on your hands and knees with your knees bent at 90 degrees, Your head should be in a neutral position while you start lifting your left leg back and up.
Remember that your knee should be bent like in the starting position while you get it up, and your foot should be higher than your head. Then squeeze your left glute and slowly lower your leg back to start position. You should repeat the same with your right leg.
#4 Body Squats
As you already read, squats are the classic butt exercise, and it would be bad if we don’t put them on this miracle list. These moves like the donkey kicks, can be done anywhere and you don’t need any equipment at all. Start with your feet parallel and shoulder-width apart.
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