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The No-Squat, No-Lunge Butt Workout
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The No-Squat, No-Lunge Butt Workout

Whether you're dealing with joint issues or just dread every set of squats and lunges (days before your next strength session), these targeted, equipment-free toners are the simple solution for sculpting a higher, tighter booty. Like the aforementioned moves, you can do them anytime, anywhere—now there's just a better chance that you actually will.

How it works: Up to four days per week, perform these moves individually or as a circuit (do each exercise back to back with little to no rest in between up to 3 times in a row) after a cardio session or within your existing lower-body workout.
You will need: Mat
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The No-Squat, No-Lunge Butt Workout
The No-Squat, No-Lunge Butt Workout A
The No-Squat, No-Lunge Butt Workout B

Recommended:

Sets:
3
Reps:
25
  1. AStand on right leg, left leg extended out to the side slightly in front of body (aim to the front corner of the room), foot flexed, with hands behind head.
  2. BOpen leg out to the side and in line with hip, lifting leg slightly higher as it opens. Bring leg behind body (aiming to the back corner of the room) without letting foot touch the floor, then lift and open side to return to the starting position. (Imagine tracing a rainbow shape with heel.) Do all reps on the right, and then repeat on opposite side to complete the set.
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Single-Leg Deadlift Extension
The No-Squat, No-Lunge Butt Workout A
The No-Squat, No-Lunge Butt Workout B

Recommended:

Sets:
3
Reps:
25
  1. AStand on right leg with knee slightly bent, left leg extended behind hip with toes lightly tapped on the floor, both hands behind head. Keeping weight in right foot and spine naturally straight, hinge forward from hips and lower chest until parallel to the floor.
  2. BMaintaining a flat back, raise torso back upright, lifting left leg higher behind hip, balancing on right foot (shoulders should be over hips). Lower left toes and hinge forward to repeat. Do all reps on the right, and then repeat on opposite side to complete the set.
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Side-Lying Power Kick
The No-Squat, No-Lunge Butt Workout A
The No-Squat, No-Lunge Butt Workout B

Recommended:

Sets:
3
Reps:
25
  1. ALie on right side, with right elbow bent under shoulder, lifting ribcage away from the floor with hips stacked and knees bent at 90 degrees in front of hips. Extend top leg straight in front of hip, foot flexed.
  2. BBend knee into chest, then press out through heel to extend leg straight (imagine pushing something away from body with heel). Do all reps on the right side, and then repeat on opposite side to complete the set.
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Kneeling Rear Attitude
The No-Squat, No-Lunge Butt Workout A
The No-Squat, No-Lunge Butt Workout B

Recommended:

Sets:
3
Reps:
25
  1. AFrom an all fours position, bend elbows to the floor below shoulders and clasp hands together. Bend left knee behind right, curling left heel in closer to body, pointing toes.
  2. BLift left leg up behind hip as knee turns out to the side into a rear attitude position (avoid shifting hips side to side during the exercise). Bend left knee back behind right. Do all reps on the first side, and then repeat on other leg to complete the set.
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Heel Bridge
The No-Squat, No-Lunge Butt Workout A

Recommended:

Sets:
3
Reps:
25
  1. ALie faceup with knees bent and feet flexed so that just heels remain on the ground, arms down by sides. Engage abs and lift hips off the floor. Slowly lower tailbone to the floor and lightly tap down before lifting back up into bridge.
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Frog
The No-Squat, No-Lunge Butt Workout A

Recommended:

Sets:
3
Reps:
25
  1. ALie facedown with knees bent and open to sides, feet flexed and heels pressed together. Bend elbows and stack hands so that you can rest forehead on top. Keeping heels touching, squeeze glutes and lift thighs off the floor. Lower back to the starting position; repeat.
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