6 Exercises To Get A Bigger Butt Fast. At Home Or At The Gym.


6 Exercises To Get A Bigger Butt Fast. At Home Or At The Gym.

Hands up if you want a nice, round booty that pops in leggings?? I’d choose ‘peach’ over ‘pancake’ any day!  A strong butt not only looks great, but it also protects your lower back by doing most of the work when you exercise. So let’s build that booty with the most effective exercises that can be done at home or at the gym. Before I get into the exercises, here’s a little secret… nutrition plays a BIG role in growing your booty. After all, ‘glutes’ are the largest muscles in your body. They need to be fed in order to grow.So make sure you’re eating slightly more than you burn in order to see progress.If you want to know exactly What I Eat In a Day on Booty/Leg workout days, then watch this video…

You can do these exercises at home, however, you will need either resistance bands or some kind of weight (dumbbell, kettlebell, backpack filled with rice etc.) to increase the intensity.Resistance bands or Booty bands are seriously one of the BEST pieces of home/gym equipment you can own. They’re very cheap and really target your Glutes like nothing else! If you’re serious about building your booty, make sure you invest in these!If you always wake up with sore ‘legs’ instead of a sore ‘butt’ the next day, it is possible that your glutes are not working as they should.




There are many variations of hip thrusts such as Glute bridges, Single-leg Glute bridges, Frog pumps or Barbell/Weighted hip thrusts. Increase the challenge by adding a resistance band just above your knees.

Related: 6 Variations of Hip Thrusts Key points:*Don’t overarch your lower back as you lift up*Squeeze for 2 seconds at the top of the movement



You can do these on the Smith machine, or use Dumbells, a kettlebell or a Barbell for Static lunges. Lunges really target your booty if done correctly.

Key points:*Push from the heel/back of your forward foot as you lift up. That’s your working side. Feel that tension in your glutes.*Don’t let your knee go over your front toe*The wider you lunge, the more you target those glutes



Regular squats are quite useless to grow your booty as they are more ‘Quad-focused’.So don’t waste your time with those 30-day Squat challenges.Sumo squats, on the other hand, are really effective to target your butt. Hold a weight in front of you with arms straight down to increase the intensity.Some variations are Sumo squat pulses, Elevated Sumo squats, Cable squats (very effective) and Sumo deadlifts.

Key points:*Focus on your Glute muscle contracting throughout the move*Sit back when you lower, don’t lean forward



These should be included in every butt workout as they are very effective and really isolate those booty muscles. Some variations are Kneeling kick-backs and Resistance band kick-backs.If you don’t have ankle straps, I highly recommend investing in a pair. They are very versatile and can be used with resistance bands or cable machines.

Key points:*Don’t arch your lower back when you lift your leg*Squeeze at the top of the move for 1 sec*Don’t swing or use momentum



If your lower back hurts while doing these, then try Sumo deadlifts. If done correctly, deadlifts are one of the best exercises to work your posterior chain. Some variations of these are Straight leg deadlifts and Cable pull-throughs.

Key points:*Use light weights until your form is on-point or you will seriously injure your lower back*Squeeze for 1 sec at the top of the move without arching your lower back*Focus on contracting your butt throughout the move



Do these at the end of your workout as a ‘finisher’ to really challenge the side of your booty to shape up.Variations include Resistance band Abductions, Fire Hydrants, Clams or Side leg raises.Use a resistance band above your knees to isolate those booty muscles.

Key points:*Use a shorter range of motion, like short pulses*Lean forward to really target those glutesI have personally used these exercises in my workouts and have had AMAZING results in a very short time. The best Bikini Athlete coaches also recommend these exercises, so they actually work!

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