Pointed Butt Lift

Calisthenics / Free Weights / Pilates / Beginner

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How to do Pointed Butt Lift:

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pointed butt lift is a calisthenics, free weights, and pilates exercise that primarily targets the glutes and to a lesser degree also targets the hamstrings and lower back ...more

pointed butt lift is a calisthenics, free weights, and pilates exercise that primarily targets the glutes and to a lesser degree also targets the hamstrings and lower back.

Learning proper pointed butt lift form is easy with the step by step pointed butt lift instructions, pointed butt lift tips, and the instructional pointed butt lift technique video on this page. pointed butt lift is a exercise for those with a beginner level of physical fitness and exercise experience. Watch the pointed butt lift video, learn how to do the pointed butt lift, and then be sure and browse through the pointed butt lift workouts on our workout plans page!

Tips

  1. Don't let your knee come past parallel with the ground as lower back down. It should always be inline with your hip or higher.
  2. Keep your core tight and head inline with your spine.
  3. Place your hands far apart to help maintain balance.

Variations

  1. Perform with ankle weights, rather than a dumbbell.
  2. Perform traditional Glute Kickbacks.
  3. Perform in a plank position with your right foot on the ground and your leg with the dumbbell in the air.

Other Names

  • Weighted Glute Kickback

Types

  • Force Type: N/A
  • Mechanics Type: Compound

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Tips

  1. Don't let your knee come past parallel with the ground as lower back down. It should always be inline with your hip or higher.
  2. Keep your core tight and head inline with your spine.
  3. Place your hands far apart to help maintain balance.

Variations

  1. Perform with ankle weights, rather than a dumbbell.
  2. Perform traditional Glute Kickbacks.
  3. Perform in a plank position with your right foot on the ground and your leg with the dumbbell in the air.

Other Names

  • Weighted Glute Kickback

Types

  • Force Type: N/A
  • Mechanics Type: Compound