Wouldn’t it be awesome if we could just watch exercise videos from the couch and get fit in the process? Unfortunately, that’s not really an option. However, I do have some simple exercises you can squeeze in while watching your fave shows! These exercises don’t require any special equipment and can be done on the floor in front of your TV. Now you can use your TV time to TONE that TUSH with these 3 simple exercises!
Heel Lift Squat
With your feet about the width of your hips apart, lift your left heel off the floor. Now lower your tush by pushing back with your hips, raising your arms in the air at the same time. When your thighs are roughly parallel to the floor, return to the starting position. After 10 reps with your left heel raised, do the same with your right heel off the floor.
Lie on the floor with bent knees, as if you were going to perform sit ups. Lift your body off the floor using your hips & glutes, going as high as possible while keeping your shoulders on the floor. Do 2 or 3 sets of 10 to 15 reps.
Plank Leg Lifts
Assume the plank position, with straight arms, shoulders, elbows and wrists in-line. Bend your left leg at the knee, to 90 degrees, at the same time as bending the right knee slightly. Now push your left foot up towards the ceiling before bringing it back down so that your left knee is level with your right knee. Repeat this 10 to 15 times then change sides. Squeeze your glutes as you lift your foot towards the ceiling.
If you do these exercises regularly, you will definitely start to see a change in the shape of your butt! Adding this into your daily routine will help you use time that would normally be wasted to get that awesome posterior you have always dreamed of!
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