9 BUTT MOVES THAT BEAT SQUATS NO EQUIPMENT REQUIRED

5. Heel-Lifted Sumo Squat

How to do it: Begin with your feet slightly wider than shoulders-width apart, toes pointed outward. Lift your left heel. With control, sit your hips back as you lower your butt toward the floor, keeping your knees behind your toes and bracing your core to help you balance. Pause, then press into your right heel to stand up into the starting position to complete one rep.


6. Bear Plank Leg Lifts

How to do it: Begin in a plank position with your shoulders stacked above your wrists, and your body in a straight line between the top of your head and your heels. Lift your right leg and bend the knee 90-degrees, bringing your heel toward your butt. With a flexed foot, squeeze your glutes, and raise your right heel up toward the ceiling as high as you can. Pause, then bring your right knee back to meet your left knee to complete one rep.


7. Single Leg Dead Lift

How to do it: Stand on your right foot with your left leg bent in front of you, knee at hip height. Engage your glutes as you slowly fold forward, reaching both hands towards the ground as you extend the left leg straight out behind you. Pause, then return to starting position with control to complete one rep.






8. Sumo Squat to Calf Raise

How to do it: Begin with your feet wider than shoulder-width apart, toes pointed slightly outward. Keeping your knees above your ankles and chest high, bend your knees until your thighs are parallel to the ground. With control, raise one heel as high as you can without compromising your form. Release it to the floor, then repeat on the opposite side to complete one rep. Continue to alternate sides.


9. Squat to Sumo

How to do it: Begin with your feet wider than shoulders-width apart, toes pointing forward. Keeping your knees behind your toes, sit your hips back into a squat. Pulse up a few inches as your turn your toes 45-degrees outward, and sink your hips back into your low squat. Pulse up to bring your toes forward and continue to alternate foot positioning as you pulse.
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