13 Ways to Get a Better Butt ...

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Are you looking for ways to get a better butt so your skinny jeans fit better, and your bathing suit bottom does not sag?

I just hate when that happens!

So I have added exercises into my own workouts, and as a personal trainer, I also have put these workouts into my clients' routines.

Let me just tell you, these exercises really work to make your butt look fabulous!

By adding certain exercises to your fitness routine you can perk up your butt and tighten as well.

There are numerous ways to get a better butt through exercises that will strengthen and sculpt your bootie.

1. Seat Squat

I love this squat because by sitting down it forces people to do a squat the proper way all the way down.

The seat squat is one of the best ways to get a better butt because this exercise really works the glutes.

To perform the seat squat, sit down with your shoulders rolled back, chest forward and chin up, feet shoulder-width apart.

Sit down into the chair - your butt should just tap the chair - and then slowly rise.

Repeat this exercise for 18 times to get a toned and perky butt!2

2. Regular Squat

This squat is one of the best exercises for your butt and larger muscle groups (inner thighs, hamstrings, outer thighs, and calves).

To perform a squat, stand up and put your weight on your heels with your hips back;

donโ€™t bend your knees into the squat position until your hips are all the way back.

Lean out with your butt sticking out with your legs parallel to the ground.

Repeat 18 times for the butt of your dreams!

3. 1 Leg Squat

I love the 1 leg squats because it isolates one side of the body and really strengthens and tones.

To perform a 1 leg squat, stand to the side of a pole and hold it with your right hand.

Lift your left leg and hold it out straight for 10 seconds.

Keep proper squat form with your weight on your heel, bending at the hips and lowering your right knee, ensuring that your back in not bending with undue stress and that your right knee is not going extending past your toes.

Return to standing, repeat 18 times and then switch sides.2

Lateral Squat
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