5 Moves For Round Butt That Beat Squats

Squats are great exercise, but it’s time to take your workouts a step further and include 8 specific exercises that guarantee you better results in a shorter period of time.

Practicing the right exercises can make you achieve your dream body in a very short period of time. In this process, consistency is the key.

It won’t happen for one or two days, but believe it or not, it doesn’t take long for you to start seeing results if you’re really dedicated.

The Workout: To work toward a round butt, repeat each exercise for 50 seconds to one minute on each side in the order listed. Then repeat the entire setup 3 times to seriously feel the burn.

1.  Single-Leg Deadlift With Kettlebell

  • First, you need to hold a 20 pounds kettlebell in your left hand and lift your right foot slightly off the ground, so this is the starting position.
  • Then keep your back straight, lean your entire upper body forward. Then raise your right leg and maintain your right leg in line with your body. Remember that the kettlebell should be closer to the floor.
  • And next with your back straight, return to the starting position.
  • So, at this time one rep is done. And if you want to make this exercise more challenging, don’t touch the floor with your right leg as you go through your reps.

2. Single leg glute bridge

  • In this exercise, you start by lying on your back, knees bent, feet close to your butt.
  • Straighten one leg, and squeezing those glutes, lift your hips and butt off the floor.
  • Lower your butt until it’s hovering over the floor, and repeat without touching the ground. Make sure to switch legs!

3. Hip Extension

  • The starting position begins in a plank position with your shoulders stacked above your wrists and bend both knees slightly, and then bend your right knee to 90 degrees.
  • Next, with a flexed foot, squeeze your glutes. Then raise your right heel up toward the ceiling as high as you can.
  • Then you need to pause for 2 seconds, then bring your right knee back to the starting position.

4. Hydrants With Leg Extension

  • The starting position begins on all fours with your knees hip-width apart.
  • Then lift your left knee on your left side and extend the left foot straight out to the side.
  • Next, you need to pause for 2 seconds before you bend your knee again.  And then bring your leg back to starting position.

5. Squat to sumo

  • Because a wider stance will automatically emphasize hamstring and glute work, you need to stand with your feet a step more than shoulder-width apart, and then you need to utilize the weight of a barbell or dumbbells.
  • And if you want to make the exercise more difficult, tighten your abs and squat down until your thighs are parallel to the floor.
  • Next, you need to slowly stand back up and then you need to repeat for two sets of 10 squats each.