6 Moves to Get the Best Butt Ever — From Instagram's Blonde Jen Selter
GET YOUR BEST BUTT EVER: The Instagram-famous, certified fitness trainer shares her best butt workout and butt exercise moves here! Do this workout at home or at the gym: complete 25 quick reps of each exercise, then repeat the entire routine. Complete the entire routine up to two more times. Click through for the full instructions and for more fitness tips.
If you're someone whose job requires sitting for long periods of time, this sequence might just be your new favorite thing. All six of these yoga poses will help to gently open the hips, which may release tension in the low back and legs. Anyone up for a little lunch break yoga? Here we go.
Here at the Glute Lab, I’ve been giving my clients glute burnouts at the end of their training sessions (follow me on Instagram HERE). We always start off with our heavy work (ex: squats, deadlifts, barbell hip thrusts, bench press, chins, front squats, block pulls, Bulgarian split squats), then we make sure to finish off …
Good morning! Glute bridges are one of my favorite glute exercises for 3 reasons: 1. They're one of the most isolated exercises as far as glutes are concerned 2. They allow you to lift heavy in a position that doesn't put stress on your spine like back squats tend to do 3. For those of us who suffer from knee injuries, this is a safe option for you to lift heavy without putting extra wear and tear on your joints For this version of the glute bridge, I'm lying flat on my back with the weight…
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Does your knee rotate in when you do single-leg work (squats, etc)? This is an AWESOME explanation of femoral rotation, which happens to runners, lifters, etc when the glutes are UNDERactive and the hip flexors are OVERactive. A cause for shin splits and other pain. Plus how to FIX it (stretches/foamrolling for overactive muscles, isolated strengthening of underactive muscles)