5 exercises for round buttocks that beat squats

Squats are an excellent exercise to get the booty shaped. The problem is they only work your glutes from one angle.

In order to get the best possible results in the shortest period of time we recommend you verify your workout with exercises that are great for all butt muscles. If you’re ready to round out your glute routine.

The routine: To get a round butt, repeat each exercise for 50 seconds to a minute on each side in the order listed. Then repeat the entire setup 3 times to seriously feel the “high.”

Single-Leg Glute Bridge

  • Perform single-leg glute bridges by lying on your back with your hand’s palms down at your sides.
  • She extends one leg, squeezes her glutes, and pushes off with the other leg.
  • Keeping your upper back in contact with the ground, lift your hips until your extended leg forms a straight line with your back.

Fire Hydrant

  • Start on all fours, with your knees just below your hips and your hands just below your shoulders.
  • Keep your back and neck straight and look straight ahead.
  • Keeping your knee bent, lift your right leg out to the side until your thigh is parallel to the ground. Hold the position for a few moments and lower your leg back to the starting position.
  • When you finish, repeat the exercise on the opposite side.

Plank with leg raises

  • Lie face down, in the typical plank position, resting your forearms on the ground.
  • Raise your right leg as high as you can, then lower it back to the starting position and do the same with your left leg. This is a repeat.

Single-Leg Deadlift

  • Stand with your feet hip-width apart while holding a dumbbell in each hand at your sides.
  • Extend one leg behind you as you lean forward until your body is parallel to the ground, extending your arms toward the ground.
  • Go back to the starting position.

Dumbbell lunge

  • First, you should stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and hold a dumbbell in each hand.
  • Next, step forward with one leg and bend your knees until your back knee almost touches the ground.
  • Finally, bring your body back (starting position).
  • Then do the same with the other leg.