Better Booty Home Workout

If you haven’t heard, big booties are being celebrated! I thank this trend for teaching me to appreciate my curves, not try and hide them. However, like any media-driven message, it tells us that one thing is better than the other. Small butt girls are feeling like they need to “grow a booty” now. Though you can definitely increase the size of your rear through the proper exercises and nutrition, some women just won’t have Kardashian, Queen B, or even J-Lo booties. For them to greatly increase their glute-size would take a lot of time, effort, calculating, and even surgery to acquire.

Well, media, hear us roar! I think it’s time for us to stop letting advterising run our opinions of what’s beautiful and what’s not. Big booty and small booty women need to unite and realize that we’re all worth being celebrated. However, I can’t blame anyone for wanting to make their God-given rear-end a little TLC. It’s also part of a complete training regimen. Training your glute (maximus, medius, minimus) and hamstring muscles helps you avoid injury, boost metabolism (training these big muscles burn A LOT of calories), and activate core strength.

I’ve designed a workout for women who want to shape, lift, and define their booty. Big, medium, or small, you’re already booty-ful, but this workout will help you create a rounder, perkier, and firmer derriere you crave!

better booty home workout


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Hi and welcome to Life in Spandex! I'm Emily, a personal trainer who believes there should be no secrets standing in your way to getting fit. I am sharing my knowledge here on this blog in order to help you reach your goals. Fitness should be fun, eating healthy should taste good, and feeling your absolute best is the ultimate goal. Let's get fit together!
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  2. I love how simple but effective this workout looks! I can’t wait to try it out. Thanks for linking up with Bloggy Brunch in June!

    1. Thank you, Pam!! Always a pleasure ?

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  4. You’ve shared a great workout here! These are some of the exercises I do regularly as part of my work with my personal trainer and they really do work!! Thank you so much for sharing, and for being a part of Hearth and Soul. Pinning!

    1. Thanks April!! I’m a personal trainer as well and I feel the same… obviously haha! You’re so welcome. Also love linking up

  5. Tried this workout and my butt was on fire! 🙂 lol
    I’m going to try this twice a week. What do you think Emily?

    1. Haha yaaasss! ? Twice a week is perfect!

      1. Yay! Perky butt, here I come 😉 lol

  6. Thank you these are handy exercises. I will have to give them a try.

  7. I love sumo squats – always an essential in my leg/glute day workout! x

    1. I agree! They’re so gratifying.

  8. Thanks for posting! I’m constantly battling with my booty, LOL. I’ll have to add in these moves 🙂

    1. Haha you’re so welcome! Let me know if they help ?

  9. Great moves! Thanks for sharing – these are so easy to do at home

    1. You’re so welcome Julie!! Yes, no excuses 😉

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