Who doesn’t like a toned buttock? We all do. Doesn’t matter if you are one of those who Pakistanis who look like malnourished sloths on whom you actually need to make sure that a bottom exists, or you’re one of those well-fed desi people that carry almost all of their body fat in their glutes, making it way too embarrassing to put on tights or a nice looking Indian saaree. The truth remains, a bubble buttock that isn’t falling everywhere is an essential component of almost every other Pakistani’s dream body. And here at Nutright, we help you achieve it. Following are some of the top exercises picks you can do.
Stand with your feet shoulder-length apart, with your head looking ahead and your chest held up and out. Expand your arms straight out and clasp your fingers together. Gradually lower yourself like you’re sitting on a fanciful seat, making sure to keep your head looking ahead as your abdominal area twists forward a bit. Also, make sure that your thighs are as parallel to the floor as practical, with your knees over your lower legs. Allow your body weight to press into the soles of your feet and keeping the posture tight, push through your foot areas to take yourself back to the beginning position.
Start off by positioning your body on all fours. Keeping one of the knees in a bowed position on a 90-degree angle, lift the other one to hip height, moving your knee far as you can from the mid-line of the body. Respite at the highest point of the movement, and after that gradually come back to the beginning position. Continue for at least ten repetitions before you switch to repeat this with the leg.
Same as the hydrant, begin this as well with being on all fours. Keeping one on the ground, lift the other and expand with the foot toward the roof pointed. Gradually lower your leg to tap the floor a bit to one side. Crush your glutes as you lift the leg back to beginning position, at that point bring down the leg to tap the floor about a foot to one side of your stooping foot. So basically, you are creating small semi-circles or rainbows with your leg in the air. Come back to the beginning position to finish one rep and repeat on both sides.
Plank Leg Lifts
Start off in a plank position. With your weight on either your forearms or your arms as a whole and keeping your back straight, lift one leg at a 45-degree angle and hold. For a variation, you can lift the leg up and down in small rhythmic movements, just make sure your glutes are clenched and all the emphasis is there.
Begin by positioning yourself in a standing position with your legs more extensive than hip-width separated. Holding your back straight, lean your chest somewhat forward, and bring one leg slantingly behind you with the goal that it’s a few feet outside of your left leg, just like you’re taking a bow. Lower your body until the knee on your front is bent somewhat around a 90-degree. Hold on to this position for a few seconds before you return to the starting position and repeat with your other leg.