4 Resistance Band Exercises to Tone Your Legs and Lift Your Booty!
This lower body home workout is the ideal leg and glute sculpting routine! These resistance band exercises will target your legs and glutes with just your bodyweight and a loop resistance band.
EXERCISES (click the image to view demos!)
1. Banded leg lifts
2. Banded glute bridge hip abductions
3. Banded fire hydrants
4. Squat jacks
HOW TO DO IT
Beginner: 30s WORK / 30-60s REST
Intermediate: 40s WORK / 20-30s REST
Advanced: 60s WORK / 10-15s REST
♡Reps & Sets version: 10-20 reps | 10-40s rest between exercises
♡Complete 3-5 rounds
Banded leg lifts: Brace your abs to protect your lower back – don’t forget to lift and squeeze!.
Banded glute bridge hip abductions: Bring your hips ALL the way up and squeeze your glutes at the top.
Banded fire hydrants: Create mind muscle connection by thinking about your side booty as you lift your leg – this will help you better activate the muscle! Keep your hips square to the ground and avoid leaning to the side as you lift your leg.
Squat jacks: Sit back into your heels and point your toes and knees outward. Remember to keep your knees behind your toes and don’t let them collapse inward!
Want to increase the intensity?! Combine the workout with this upper body routine and complete all 8 exercises for each round.
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