10 minute circuit to shape the bum and thighs

Summer is just around the corner, and many of you girls complain about the bad shape of your thighs and buttocks. We all know that these are one of the most problematic areas of the female body that are difficult to shape.

However, doing our 10-minute circuit workout, you can easily get your thighs and buttocks into shape!

Well, our workout includes exercises such as Laying Leg Extensions, Forward Step-Ups, Straddle Jump Squats, and Low-Impact Modification.

We just want to warn you that to perform these effective exercises, you will need additional equipment, such as bench or step deck, medium-heavy resistance band with handles, and set of dumbbells.

Doing this circuit, on average, twice a week in conjunction with other full-body moves, and you can expect to see, feel, and measure real results in two months.

Is not it awesome, girls? And now all you have to do is put in the work, twice a week!

Roll out your mat, pull on your favorite yoga pants, and grab a bottle of water to perform our amazing and effective 10-minute circuit to shape the bum and thighs.

We promise that each exercise of this workout will leave you feeling amazing, so you will look forward to your next workout. Just do it!

#1. Laying Leg Extensions

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1. Lie on your stomach with your legs fully extended, chest up and your hands under your chest.

2. Bend your knees, curl your legs up and squeeze the glutes.

3. Lower and straighten your legs and repeat until the set is complete.

#2. Forward Step-Ups

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1. Place a box or a step in front of you and stand up straight.

2. Step onto the box with your left foot and drive your right knee up.

3. Step down with your right foot and alternate legs until set is complete.

#3. Straddle Jump Squats

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1. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and the toes pointing slightly outward.

2. Bend your knees pressing your hips back, as if you were going to sit back on a chair.

3. Pushing through the heels, jump straight up.

4. Land with your knees slightly bent and go back into the squat position.

5. Repeat until the set is complete.

#4. Low-Impact Modification