Butt Exercises With Resistance Bands

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Butt Exercises With Resistance Bands

Share via facebook dialogShare via TwitterShare via PinterestShare via facebook dialogShare via TwitterShare via PinterestShare via PinterestPeopleImages / Getty Images; Graphic by Valerie FischelA mini, circular resistance band is the ultimate sculpting tool: It's inexpensive (this pack offers three resistance levels for less than 20 bucks), versatile, and portable. Just wrapping the band around your legs during basic exercises, like the go-to bodyweight squat, immediately makes the move more challenging thanks to the added resistance. It's definitely a super-toning secret weapon—and that's why Brooke Taylor of Taylored Fitness NY loves the simple but effective equipment.Now that you've joined the band, here are a few of Taylor's go-to lower-body resistance band moves. Do this travel-friendly workout a few times per week, or add the exercises to your regular training program. And, if you want more resistance band butt exercises, be sure to check out these 50 Shades of Glutes moves.Share via PinterestCourtesy of Esme Benjamin1Hip Bridge – do 15 repsWrap the band above your knees.Lie on your back and place your feet on the ground a few inches away from your butt. Feet should be about hip-width apart.Push through your feet and lift your hips to the sky until they align with the knees and shoulders, and squeeze your glutes at the top.Lower your butt down, pausing a few inches above the mat.That's 1 rep, do 15.Share via PinterestCourtesy of Esme Benjamin2Banded Clam Shell — do 15 reps on each sideLie on your left side with your hips, knees, and ankles stacked on top of one another. Bend your knees at a 90-degree angle and place the band around your legs just above the knees.Keeping your feet together, rotate your right knee open, then slowly lower it back to the ground.That's 1 rep, do 15 then repeat on the opposite side.Share via PinterestCourtesy of Esme Benjamin3Fire Hydrant — do 15 reps on each sideWrap the band just above your knees.Start on all-fours, aligning your shoulders over your wrists and your knees directly underneath your hips while keeping your spine long and neutral.Lift your right knee to the right while keeping the rest of your body still, then lower it back to the ground with control.That's 1 rep, do 15 then repeat on the opposite side.Share via PinterestCourtesy of Esme Benjamin4Push-Up To Plank Jack — do 10 repsWrap the band around your ankles then move into a high plank position.Bend your elbows and lower your torso to the floor to do one push-up.Push your through palms to straighten your arms and return to a high plank position.Now jump your legs out to the sides and back in again while keeping your hips stable and facing the ground.That's 1 rep, do 10.Share via PinterestCourtesy of Esme Benjamin5Kneeling Leg Lift — do 10 reps on each sideStart kneeling with the band wrapped around both legs just above the knees.Place your left hand on the ground while extending your right leg in a supported side plank. This is your starting position.Lift your right (top) leg up so that your foot comes off the ground. Then lower it back to start allowing your toes to only tap the floor.That's 1 rep, do 10 then repeat on the opposite side.Share via facebook dialogShare via TwitterShare via PinterestKeywordsresistance band, exercise, glute, butt exercises, butt, workouts, at home workout
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Butt Exercises With Resistance Bands

Share via facebook dialogShare via TwitterShare via PinterestShare via PinterestPeopleImages / Getty Images; Graphic by Valerie FischelA mini, circular resistance band is the ultimate sculpting tool: It's inexpensive (this pack offers three resistance levels for less than 20 bucks), versatile, and portable. Just wrapping the band around your legs during basic exercises, like the go-to bodyweight squat, immediately makes the move more challenging thanks to the added resistance. It's definitely a super-toning secret weapon—and that's why Brooke Taylor of Taylored Fitness NY loves the simple but effective equipment.Now that you've joined the band, here are a few of Taylor's go-to lower-body resistance band moves. Do this travel-friendly workout a few times per week, or add the exercises to your regular training program. And, if you want more resistance band butt exercises, be sure to check out these 50 Shades of Glutes moves.Share via PinterestCourtesy of Esme Benjamin1Hip Bridge – do 15 repsWrap the band above your knees.Lie on your back and place your feet on the ground a few inches away from your butt. Feet should be about hip-width apart.Push through your feet and lift your hips to the sky until they align with the knees and shoulders, and squeeze your glutes at the top.Lower your butt down, pausing a few inches above the mat.That's 1 rep, do 15.Share via PinterestCourtesy of Esme Benjamin2Banded Clam Shell — do 15 reps on each sideLie on your left side with your hips, knees, and ankles stacked on top of one another. Bend your knees at a 90-degree angle and place the band around your legs just above the knees.Keeping your feet together, rotate your right knee open, then slowly lower it back to the ground.That's 1 rep, do 15 then repeat on the opposite side.Share via PinterestCourtesy of Esme Benjamin3Fire Hydrant — do 15 reps on each sideWrap the band just above your knees.Start on all-fours, aligning your shoulders over your wrists and your knees directly underneath your hips while keeping your spine long and neutral.Lift your right knee to the right while keeping the rest of your body still, then lower it back to the ground with control.That's 1 rep, do 15 then repeat on the opposite side.

Butt Exercises With Resistance Bands

Share via facebook dialogShare via TwitterShare via PinterestShare via PinterestPeopleImages / Getty Images; Graphic by Valerie FischelA mini, circular resistance band is the ultimate sculpting tool: It's inexpensive (this pack offers three resistance levels for less than 20 bucks), versatile, and portable. Just wrapping the band around your legs during basic exercises, like the go-to bodyweight squat, immediately makes the move more challenging thanks to the added resistance. It's definitely a super-toning secret weapon—and that's why Brooke Taylor of Taylored Fitness NY loves the simple but effective equipment.Now that you've joined the band, here are a few of Taylor's go-to lower-body resistance band moves. Do this travel-friendly workout a few times per week, or add the exercises to your regular training program. And, if you want more resistance band butt exercises, be sure to check out these 50 Shades of Glutes moves.
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Butt Exercises With Resistance Bands

Share via PinterestPeopleImages / Getty Images; Graphic by Valerie FischelA mini, circular resistance band is the ultimate sculpting tool: It's inexpensive (this pack offers three resistance levels for less than 20 bucks), versatile, and portable. Just wrapping the band around your legs during basic exercises, like the go-to bodyweight squat, immediately makes the move more challenging thanks to the added resistance. It's definitely a super-toning secret weapon—and that's why Brooke Taylor of Taylored Fitness NY loves the simple but effective equipment.Now that you've joined the band, here are a few of Taylor's go-to lower-body resistance band moves. Do this travel-friendly workout a few times per week, or add the exercises to your regular training program. And, if you want more resistance band butt exercises, be sure to check out these 50 Shades of Glutes moves.

Butt Exercises With Resistance Bands

Resistance bands come in a wide variety of colors and forms. The most common types of resistance bands include tube bands with handles, loop versa bands, and therapy bands.
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Butt Exercises With Resistance Bands

Now that you've joined the band, here are a few of Taylor's go-to lower-body resistance band moves. Do this travel-friendly workout a few times per week, or add the exercises to your regular training program. And, if you want more resistance band butt exercises, be sure to check out these 50 Shades of Glutes moves.

Butt Exercises With Resistance Bands

What to Do: Below are instructional videos explaining the main movements you’ll rely on in these workouts. Once you watch them, the movements will eventually flow. Resistance bands provide a different type of burn, so don’t let the light weight fool you. If this is your first time using bands, go easy at first to get a feel for the controlled motion. If you want to increase the resistance on certain workouts, widen your stance. To decrease the resistance without jumping down a full band, use one foot and center it. Always bend slightly at the knees and keep your core tight. It is also important that you control your motion when moving down. Instead of letting gravity bring you down, perform a nice, controlled movement, allowing full control of the band. That will make all the difference! For best results, do this workout twice each week.
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Butt Exercises With Resistance Bands

A mini, circular resistance band is the ultimate sculpting tool: It's inexpensive (this pack offers three resistance levels for less than 20 bucks), versatile, and portable. Just wrapping the band around your legs during basic exercises, like the go-to bodyweight squat, immediately makes the move more challenging thanks to the added resistance. It's definitely a super-toning secret weapon—and that's why Brooke Taylor of Taylored Fitness NY loves the simple but effective equipment.