Ultimate Butt & Thigh Exercises!

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The butt and thighs are trouble spots or areas of concern for millions of women. But, we have the ultimate exercisesultimate butt and thigh exercises here for you to use that will help reshape your butt and thighs to get you the look for your backside that you desire. Get rid of those concerns about how you look in shorts or a bikini and replace those worries with confidence and assurance that you are looking good!

This routine can be done as a circuit. Ideally you will complete it 2 to 3 times. It is simple enough that you can do it at home, in the gym, on vacation, or wherever. For the squat exercise if you don’t have weights available you can pick up any heavy object to use for resistance or simple do it with no weight.

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Hop Squat – You start with your feet together and your arms close to your body. Bend your knees slightly and drop your hips down. Jump sideways to the left landing on just your left foot with a slightly bent leg. Squat down slightly on that leg and then jump back towards to the right to land on your right leg. Repeat the motion going back and forth for 1 to 2 minutes. The deeper of a squat you go the harder the exercise will be.

Dumbbell Squats (or kettlebell) – Stand with your feet slightly wider than shoulder width apart. Your toes should point straight ahead or slightly out. Hold a single dumbbell or kettlebell in front of your waist. Slowly squat down until your thighs are parallel to the ground. As you go down drop your hips and but back and down. Make sure your knees stay over your feet and don’t travel past the toes or out to the side. Push back up and pause at the top. Do 20 to 25 reps.

Leg Bridges – Lie flat on your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the ground. Place your arms out to the side with palms down for support. Slowly raise your hips off the ground to make an inclined bridge with your body. You should get a straight line from your shoulders on the ground to your knees. Slowly return to the starting position. To make the exercise harder raise one leg straight up to the ceiling before you start and then alternate legs after 10 reps. Do 20 to 25 reps.

Duck Walk – Start with feet wider than shoulder width and your hands on your head. Go down into a squat position until your thighs are parallel to the floor. In this position take small step forward until you have walked across the room. Keep your head up and back flat. Once you reach the other side of the room walk backwards to your starting point. Make sure to keep your abs tight.

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