No matter how correctly and often you are performing the squats, the truth is that this exercise is moving your glutes but only from one angle. If you tend to tighten your butt, you will need to make some combination of proper exercises that will exercise your muscles from all angles.

Today’s article will present to you a workout titled as a butt routine that is consisted of 7 simple exercises. In order to bring your but into a tightened and round shape you will have to perform each of the exercises for a period of 50 seconds to one minute on each side of your body. Additionally, for effective results you will have to perform 3 sets of each exercise. You are allowed to have pauses between the exercises, but short ones.

Following are the 7 exercises that are part of the butt routine. Perform them regularly and as much as it is required from you.

Single-Leg Glute Bridge


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Start the exercise by laying down on your back.

Bent your knees and place your feet on the ground into a flat position.

Then make an extension with one of your legs. As you are breathing out, squeeze your glutes and push your hips towards the ceiling as much as you can.

Make a short pause and the lower your body to a position where your butt will practically hang over the floor.

In order to complete one repetition, repeat the entire movement.


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Start the exercise by placing your body on all your fours.

Your feet should be on a same distance as the distance between your hips.

The wrists need to be stacked over your shoulders.

Next, extend one of your legs and position the same towards the ceiling. Them carefully lower the same leg in order to tap the ground.

As you are returning the leg into the starting position, squeeze your glutes.

Next you will need to lower the leg in order the same to tap the floor around one foot to the left side of your foot that is kneeling.

As this you have completed one repetition.

Hell-Lifted Sumo Squat

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Start the exercise by standing on both your feet so that the same will be on a distance that is a little bit wider than the distance between your hips.

Point your toes towards the outside and sit your hips to the back, lowering your butt towards the floor as much as you can.

In order to maintain a balance, you will have to brace your core and keep the knees behind the toes.

Make a short pause and in order to return to the starting position, press into your right heel.

As this you have completed one repetition.

Single-Leg Dead Lift

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Start the exercise by standing on your right foot so that the left leg will be bent in front of you. The knee should be on the same level as your hip.

Slowly move your body to the front and engage your glutes.

At this point you will have to reach for the ground with both of your hands in front of you.

While you are performing this, the left leg need to be in a straight position and behind you.

Make a short pause and then return to the starting position.

As this you have completed one repetition.

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