Stability Ball Butt Workout

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Do you need a low-impact way to work your lower half, particularly your butt? Are you looking for a way to cross-train using a stability ball? Do you just need a quick toning workout to firm up your backside? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then this quick stability ball butt workout is the one for you! Chris will guide you through this workout, which is approximately 8 minutes long. It consists of five exercises performed for 30 seconds each, followed by ten seconds of rest. You’ll do the whole routine twice. Ready to move?

You’ll start with prone hip extensions, extending your legs up as you lay on the stability ball and squeezing your glutes the entire time. Next, you’ll move onto hamstring lifts on your back. You’ll lift up into a bridge, taking one leg up on the ball, lifting and lowering your glutes. Next, it’s time for hamstring roll-ins–a super effective, low-impact move. If you want to make it more intense, Chris will explain how you can pike your hips up to make it more challenging. Chris will show you a few more moves, and your glutes will be feeling it!

Next it’s time to repeat the whole routine again, with Chris encouraging you every step of the way. This last time through, really try to give it your all, engaging your glutes as much as possible and performing each move to full intensity. A bonus to this glute workout is that you’ll also get an amazing hamstring and leg workout, too. Plus, by engaging your core throughout the workout, you’ll get some great ab work in, too.

With less than ten minutes and a stability ball, you can get an amazing glute workout that also incorporates your abs and legs. On those days you think you don’t have time, this time-effective workout is the perfect one for you.

All exercises you perform are your own responsibility and you perform them at your own risk. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider before starting any physical exercise, fitness or wellness regiments of any kind.

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