8 Best Butt Lifting Workouts!

The trends of today, although pretty alluring, might take a toll on ourselves when followed religiously. But, there is one superior fad that has no health concerns. It is not just a fashion etiquette but also a major fitness goal that every woman unanimously aspires for! Yes, you’ve guessed it! Butt lifting has become a raging trend in today’s fashion arena. But wait, they do not limit themselves to mere trends!

So, are you wondering about what goodness a big chunk of fat could bring you? Well, you’d be surprised to read the list!

A perfectly rounded butt does not just limit itself to an Instagram perfect body but also saves you from the fangs of a probable heart disease, reduces your pregnancy pains and also works on your general body posture!

From young teens to older adults, every woman desperately wants to put on a few pounds on the booty to make them look bigger and fuller. But, what do think will help you in lifting up those booty? Pat yourself if you’d voted for workouts! Read along to schedule your workouts in coherence with these exercises to maximize your gluteus!



Hip raisesglute bridge

  • Lie flat on your back and bend your knees while your feet are flattened on the floor.
  • Keep the knee hip distance apart and raise your hip up into the air and drop it down for 30 seconds.
  • After a few counts of this repeat the same steps with one leg raised up to the ceiling.



Backward lunge

  • Stand straight with your feet shoulder width apart.
  • Take a big step back with your left leg until your left thigh is parallel to the floor.
  • Your heel must not touch the floor!
  • Repeat it on the other leg too.
  • Use a pair of dumbbells for improved results.


 Side lunge

  • Stand straight with your feet shoulder width apart.
  • Take a lateral backward step with your left leg by placing it to the right while your torso is facing forward.
  • Lower your body and bend the knee until it is 90 degrees.
  • Now slowly, push your feet forward and come back to the initial position.
  • Switch to the other leg and repeat the same.
  • Use a pair of dumbbells for improved results.



Skater jump

  • Stand on the floor and push yourself into a slight squat.
  • Now, jump to the farthest right.
  • Land on your right foot while balancing on the heel of your left foot that is now behind the right. Your entire body is now slightly bent down.
  • Immediately, jump off your right foot to the farthest left.
  • Repeat this pattern



sumo squat

  • Stand straight with your hands on your hips and your feet wider than your shoulders.
  • Ensure that your toes are facing outwards while your back and abs are straight.
  • Now, gradually move onto the ball of both your feet as you lower your booty and upper body till they are parallel to the floor.
  • Press the toes without hinging forward.
  • Now, relax by coming onto your heels.


step up

  • Use a small wooden block or any sturdy material as a small step.
  • Stand in front of the step.
  • Step onto the block with your left foot and push your right knee towards your chest.
  • Now, step your right foot back to the initial pose and repeat on the other side.


deep lunge

  • Stand erect, with your feet shoulder width apart.
  • Now, jump up while moving your left leg backward and your right leg forward into a lunge.
  • Land on your entire foot in the front while both the knees are at 90 degrees.
  • Keep your torso straight and do not hinge.
  • Now jump up and switch your legs mid-air to land in another lunge that brings your left leg forward.
  • Repeat this series of alternating lunges.



donkey kick

  • Start on all your fours, keeping your knees hip-width apart while your hands are straight down your shoulders.
  • Straighten your neck and spine. Tighten your core and your butt while you raise your left leg up into the air. (Keep your knees bent as before during the lift)
  • Get back to the start position and repeat.
  • After a few sets on leg, repeat the same on the other leg.



  • Skater hop                             –             30 seconds
  • Reverse lunge                        –             15 reps on each leg
  • Hip bridge                             –             30 seconds
  • Single leg glute bridge          –             20 reps on each leg
  • Jumping lunge                       –             30 seconds
  • Step up                                  –             15 reps on each leg
  • Crusty lunge                          –             30 seconds
  • Sumo squats                          –             30 seconds
  • Donkey kicks                          –             20 reps on each leg


Once your body gets comfortable with the routine, increase the count to test your strength. Use deadlifts to make your routines even more challenging!

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