2. Single-leg glute bridge
To get more of this fantastic exercise, you can try a different variation. Everything is the same, except that now you have to raise one leg (and keep it straight) while performing the exercise.
- Get in the initial glute bridge position and straighten and lift one leg.
- Push your hips up. Your leg should be in one line with your torso the whole time, so make sure that your body forms a straight line from your shoulders to your toes.
- Lower your hips down and repeat.
Sounds easy, right? Then do 20-30 reps. Don’t forget to switch legs when you’re halfway through the exercise.
3. Hydrant kick
We’re pretty sure you’ve heard about this exercise before. It’s not a hard one and it doesn’t require any equipment, so you can easily do it at home. It works your abs, glutes, hips, and lower body, so if you decide to include it in your workout, your booty won’t be the only one to benefit from it.
- First of all, get on all fours. Place your knees, hip-width, and your hands, shoulder-width apart. The knees should be situated directly under your hips.
- Keeping the knees bent, raise the right leg to the side. Keep the core tight and don’t move the hips. Keeping your leg to the side in the air, pause for a second.
- Lower the leg back to the floor. Now repeat 10 to 15 times, then switch legs and do another set of reps.