The Top Six Butt Sculpting and Trimming Exercises

As we all know Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez, Vida Guerra have awesome back sides and with some hard work it is definitely achievable. I have source the top six Butt Exercises so we can get you looking like the celebrities, well the bottom half anyway 😉

The Top Six Butt Sculpting and Trimming Exercises
By Steve Hochman

Have you ever noticed that when you try on a new pair of jeans, the first thing you do is turn around and look in the mirror to see how they make your butt look? It even happens at home, no matter how many times you’ve worn them, the first thing you do is look at your rear. It’s true, watch yourself and others and see what happens.

Men and women alike all have this affinity for a nice butt, not just a nice butt, a really great butt, so we try to find ways that will give us the look we want. The thing you need to keep in mind is that it’s not just exercising that will give you that great rear profile that you’re looking for. You have to work out your derriere with sculpting exercises to get the glutes in the shape you desire.

So to help you obtain the rear you want follow the top six butt sculpting and trimming exercises listed here.

**Tip 1 – When performing most butt sculpting exercises, it is very important to keep the weight on your heels. This will cause the stress from the exercise to go to your butt and not your knees.**

1. Reverse Step Back Lunges.

For support hold on to a bar at chest level (like the one on a smith machine), place both feet directly under the bar. Keeping the weight on you left heel, step back with your right leg and far enough so that when you lower your body, you end up in a lunge position with your left thigh and shin at a 90-degree angle. Now raise your body back up lifting your right knee up to the bar. Repeat 20 to 30 times then switch legs.

**Tip 2: Any time you are doing Lung exercises you need to keep your upper body as upright as you can to reduce strain on your back. Start slow and don’t go too low if you are new to the reverse lunge. As you progress you will be able to lunge deeper and to work your glutes more and more.**

2. Walking Lunges (with or without weights)

Standing straight, step forward as far as you comfortably can, place your foot down heal first. Flex your hip and knee and lower your body until the rear knee is almost to the floor. (Do not let your front knee go over your toe.) With the assistance of the rear leg, stand on the front leg, lunging forward with the opposite leg. You will need an area where you can walk about 20 feet unobstructed.

3. Dead Lifts

Using a barbell and weights suited for your fitness level, stand with your feet shoulder width apart and bend forward from your hips, keeping your legs straight or a just slightly little bent (not squatting). Make sure to keep your back flat for this exercise to work and to avoid injury. When you reach the end of the movement towards the floor, tighten your butt and hamstrings as you slowly move back to the starting position. Keep the bar close to your legs throughout the entire movement. Repeat 20 to 30 times.

4. Squat

Stand with your feet shoulder width apart and forward. Keep your lower back straight and lower your body down to about a 90-degree angle as if you are going to sit, letting your hamstrings and glutes do all the work. Then pushing up through your heels using your gluteus and hamstrings come back to the standing position. Repeat 20 to 30 times.

5. Wide Stance Dumbbell Squats

Stand with your feet so that they are about one foot wider than your shoulders. Point toes outward to a 45-degree angle. Hold onto a dumbbell and squat down pushing your knees outward until your thighs are parallel to the floor. Now raise your body back up and clench your butt cheeks at the top for 3 seconds. Repeat 20 to 30 times.

6. Step Ups (with or without weights)

Place one foot on a bench so that your thigh is parallel to the floor, the knee pointing in the same direction as the foot throughout. Pushing heel into the bench step up, then slowly step back down while concentrating on the leg up on the step. Make sure to keep your upper body straight during exercise. Do one leg for 15 to 20 repetitions then change legs, or alternate legs for 20 to 30 repetitions each. You can maximize this workout by standing away from the bench to emphasize the glutes or standing closer to the bench to emphasize the quads.

With these exercises it won’t be long before you have some absolutely fabulous glutes and the rear profile you have been looking for.

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Other Exercises include:
Butt Exercises – Lying Butt Bridge
Butt Exercises – Glute Kickbacks
Butt Exercises – Leg Lifts
Butt Exercises – One Legged Cable Kickbacks
Butt Exercises – Walking Dumbbell Lunges
Butt Exercises – Single Dumbbell Squats
Butt Exercises – Smith Machine Good Mornings
Butt Exercises – Reverse Dumbbell Lunges
Butt Exercises – Leg Presses
Butt Exercises – Exercise Ball Butt Lifts
Butt Exercises – Dumbbell Bench Step Ups
Butt Exercises – Smith Machine Squats
Butt Exercises – Elastic Band Kickbacks
Butt Exercises – Exercise Ball Butt Raises
Butt Exercises – Exercise Ball Leg Lifts

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Squats with Arnold Schwarzenegger

Squats with Arnold Schwarzenegger

Squats is a lower body exercise used in strength training. The exercise’s main emphasis is on the quadriceps and the glutes, but it also involves the hamstrings, the calves, and the lower back. The squat is often called “the king of exercises” by those who believe it capable of inducing more and faster muscle growth than any other exercise.

The squat is done by bending the legs at the knees and hips, lowering the torso between the legs, and then reversing direction to stand up straight again. The torso remains relatively upright throughout the movement. It acts as a supporting structure, unlike its role in the deadlift.

Proper technique is critical, otherwise very serious injuries or gradual injury over a period of time can occur. The back must maintain its natural curvature and not “round out” (excessive lumbar or thoracic kyphosis), otherwise excess strain can be placed on the spine and cause serious injury.

Lifting belts can be used to help support the lower back.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Deadlift

Arnold Schwarzenegger Deadlift

The deadlift is a weight training exercise where one lifts a loaded barbell off the ground from a stabilized bent-over position. Arnold Schwarzenegger pictured above incorporated the deadlift into his body building routine. It is an excellent exercise for overall body development and MASS if done properly.

Muscles and sub-muscle groups involve the Torso, Legs, Hips, Forearms

Improper form can precipitate new conditions, aggravate existing ones, and possibly cause injury, especially the heavier the weight one lifts. Failure to keep the back straight during the movement causes undue stress to the spinal discs and potentially cause herniated disc.

Ronnie Coleman – Deadlift 800lbs

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Dumbell Rack

Chef Hungus Exercises

Hey Hungus!

I’ve put a two day routine together for you. If you get sick of any of the exercises just let me know. Just remember 3 hours over one hole week isn’t that much time. We are getting you Bat Cave ready.

Day One

1st Set

2nd Set

3rd Set

4th Set

Squats

14

14

12

12

Stiff Leg Deadlifts

14

14

12

12

Push Ups

20

20

20

20

Deadlift

14

14

12

12

Military Presses

14

14

12

12

Bicep Curls

14

14

12

12

Tricep Extensions

14

14

12

12

Day Two

1st Set

2nd Set

3rd Set

4th Set

Squats

14

14

12

12

Stiff Leg Deadlifts

14

14

12

12

Push Ups

20

20

20

20

Deadlift

14

14

12

12

Military Presses

14

14

12

12

Bicep Curls

14

14

12

12

Tricep Extensions

14

14

12

12

Workout should take about 45 minutes.

Below are the other dumbbell exercises you can work on once you get yourself a bench.

Chest Dumbbell Exercises
– flat bench dumbbell press
– incline bench dumbbell press
– decline bench dumbbell press
– dumbbell flyes (flat/incline/decline bench)

Back Dumbbell Exercises
– deadlifts
– single arm bent over rows
– double arm bent over rows
– lying row

Biceps Dumbbell Exercises
– standing dumbbell curls
– seated dumbbell curls
– incline dumbbell curls
– preacher curls (if you have a preacher curl bench)
– concentration curls
– hammer curls

Triceps Dumbbell Exercises
– single arm overhead tricep extensions (can also be done with both arms)
– dumbbell skull crushers (flat, incline or decline bench)
– tricep kickbacks

Shoulders Dumbbell Exercises
– seated dumbbell press (can also be done standing)
– arnold press
– front raises
– lateral raises
– shrugs

Legs Exercises Dumbbell Exercises
– squats
– lunges
– stiff legged deadlifts
– calf raises

REMEMBER TO GO HARD OR STAY HOME!

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