If your butts are large and squishy, you are never going to feel confident pulling off the hose skin tight jeans which hug so perfectly around your waist. Everyone has different problematic areas when they are trying to lose weight but when someone has a rather skinny figure with large butts which has fat deposits, it might not make them feel as good with their body.
Following are the five best exercises to lose fat on butt :
- When you want to lose fat from your body, the best way to do that is to keep yourself included in one or another kind of cardio exercises.
- You can go for the age-old running or walks, or sprints in the circle of 2 minutes of walking and 30 seconds of running, or you can follow some HIIT (High-intensity interval training) at home cardio session for 3 days in a week.
- Use a bench or stairs.
- Holding dumbbell in your hands, stand straight on the floor.
- Step up with your right leg keeping your arms straight.
- Also step up your left leg and then step down with your right leg coming down first.
- Do 10-12 reps on each leg.
- This shall work on your glutes and hamstrings which shall give you a shapely butt.
- This is the God of all lower body exercises which work on your quads, glutes and lower back at the same time.
- Standing with your legs shoulder-width apart, keeping your hands in the air in front of your chest, bend down as if you are going to sit on a chair.
- Return to the initial position.
- Do 12-15 reps to start with.
- Stand on a stepper or a normal elevated surface.
- Step down to the side and then step up again. Do this with both the legs.
- To increase the intensity, hold a dumbbell in each hand.
- Do 12-15 reps with each leg.
- Get on your all fours with your knees hip-width apart and your hands shoulder-width apart.
– Lift one leg up behind and raise it until it’s in line with your body.
– Come back to the initial position.
– Keep your glutes squeezed.
– Do 10 reps from each leg.
Recommended Reading: Ultimate Butt Workout.
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