Fitness

The Ultimate Booty Burnout Workout

July 25, 2017

I think we can all agree that everyone can appreciate a good booty! It’s time to embrace and love your unique body type because no matter what you can always work hard to achieve your workout goals. We all know how difficult it can be to fit a good workout into our busy schedules, however, I can’t stress enough the importance of setting aside at least 15 minutes of your day to get your heart rate going and muscles moving! Today I’ll be sharing one of my favorite booty burnout exercises that I’ve been doing every day for some time now. Let me tell ya, I’ve seen some serious results and I know you will too! 

Stay consistent and choose the workouts that you actually love because it’ll definitely keep you determined to stick with it. You can do any of these workouts at the gym or in your backyard because no equipment is required. Get ready to sweat!

Booty-Burning Workout Routine:

Bent Leg Donkey Kicks – Start on your hands and knees with hands directly under your shoulders and knees under hips. Remain in a table-top position as you lift one leg out and up from the hip with your heel facing the ceiling. Complete 20 reps on each side, three times.

Side Leg Donkey Kicks – This move is similar to the last one. You’ll want to be on your hands and knees with hands directly under your shoulders and knees under hips. Remain in a table-top position as you lift your leg up and out to the side like pictured above. Complete 20 reps on each side, three times.

Side Kicks – Stay on your hands and knees and lift your right leg up and to the right away from the side of your body. Keeping the other knee at a right angle and lifting the other at a 90 degree angle. Lower your leg to the starting position and complete 2 sets of 20 on each side.

Rear Raises – Remaining on all fours and keeping your right leg straight, cross it behind and over your supporting left leg, and tap the floor with a pointed toe. Then lift that same leg back over to return to your starting position. Repeat this with your left leg and complete 2 sets of 15 Rear Raises.

These are just a few of the exercises that I throw into my workout routine that I can do at the gym, my house, or even when I’m on the road traveling! Make sure to stretch and warm up beforehand so no muscles are pulled and to take a breather between each set to give your body a little break. Enjoy!

xoxo,

Witney

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