The Ultimate Booty Workout for Your Best Butt Ever!

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Simple and effective, exercises to tone and tighten your backside by our founder Ingrid Romero.

Top 8 exercises for and amazing #EDGEBOOTY!

1-Squat to Kickback

You're going to feel a huge burn in your backside with glute kickbacks because this move actually delivers more glute activation than squats so we decided to combined both!. So get moving!

2-Curtsy to Side lunge

If lunges are new to you, don't add dumbbells to this exercise until you are comfortable with the leg positions.
Holding a five- to 10-pound weight in your right hand, side lunge to the left, bringing your right hand to your right foot. Lower your butt as much as possible while sinking back into your heels. Keep your toes pointed forward and your left knee bent to no more than 90 degrees.
Push off gently with your left foot, and come into a curtsy position with your left leg crossing behind your right as you press your weight overhead. Keep your hips square and your curtsy tight. Both feet should be pointed forward. This completes one rep.


3- Cross over to Step up

I apologize in advance, but your butt is going to be so sore after this workout :)


4- Swing Lunge front to back

Stand with the feet together.
Put weight in the left foot, lift your right knee up, and step into a forward lunge. The front knee should be at a 90-degree angle with the left knee just barely hovering above the ground.
Push into your right heel, come to stand, and immediately step the right foot behind you into a reverse lunge with the left knee at a 90-degree angle.
This counts as one rep.


5- Kneeling Squats

Strengthen your lower body and activate your core with this exercise.

6- Squat to Lateral Raise

Bend knees and hips to squat down, keeping chest lifted, back straight and knees behind your toes.
EXHALE: Straighten legs and lift weights to the sides, up to shoulder-height with straight (but not locked) elbows.

7- Walking Lunge + Step Up

Doing lunges is a great way to develop thigh muscles and strengthen the hips.


8- Kettle bell Up right row on flipped bosu ball

This compound move performs double duty! Core + Shoulders. Flip a Bosu dome side down and grasp a kettlebell by the horns at your chest, elbows down. Step carefully onto the Bosu and find your balance, chest up and back straight. Your feet should be shoulder-width apart, toes turned out slightly.


Can't wait to meet the new you!

xo, Ingrid Romero

Ingrid Romero Online training Team EGDE






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