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Best Exercises to Tone Your Butt!

These exercises will help you get that toned, tight butt you'll be proud to show off.

Do you want a toned, tight butt that you will be glad to show off in your tight jeans or leggings? These are the best butt exercises to help you achieve that goal, and do not require any special butt exercise equipment to perform. If you have back, hip or leg problems, you will want to check with your doctor first to see if you need to make any modifications.

Hip Lifts

Start this butt exercise by lying on your back with your arms at your sides. Your knees should be bent and your feet flat on the floor. Then, slowly lift your hips toward the ceiling as far as you can without discomfort. Hold this position for one second, the lower yourself back down.

Toe Taps

You may have never realized that a fidgeting motion such as tapping your toes could also be a way of doing butt exercises. With a few modifications, it is. Simply lie on the floor with your arms at your side. Lift both feet and bend your knees toward your chest. Now, lower one foot and gently tap your toes on the floor, lift it, and do the same with your other foot. Repeat this for 30 seconds to one minute. If putting your toes all the way down on the floor, simply lower them as much as possible and move your foot just as if you were tapping your toes.


These are simply the ones you are already familiar with, where you stand straight, with one foot in front of the other, and simply push your body forward while bending one knee so that all your weight is on one leg. Hold this position for a few seconds then do several more on the same side before switching legs. Or, if you like, in order to get a more intense routine of buttock exercises instead of holding the position, you can lunge and straighten without pausing.

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