How to Have a Bigger Booty (Weighted Glute Workout)

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To do this weighted glute workout, you’ll need

– Something comfy to wear

– An exercise mat

– Weights (optional but highly recommended)

Truth is, you are doing great if you’ve tried a body weight butt workout.

But after a certain point, you might want to upgrade to something more intense. 

This weighted glute workout literally makes my butt burn the following day.

Don’t say I didn’t warn you though.

If you keep training your butt with weights, you just might end up turning heads and causing traffic with that bootay!

Editor’s note: you can discover exactly how I improved my butt in this easy guide

Weighted Glute Workout Video Details

In this video, I’m using a pair of 15 pound dumbbells and a 25 pound dumbbell.

The weighted glute workouts included are:

  1. Sumo Squats (15 reps x 4 sets)
  2. Glute Bridges (15 reps x 4 sets)
  3. Lunges (15 reps x 4 sets)

I used the 15 pound dumbbells for the sumo squats and lunges.

The 25 pound dumbbell was for the glute bridges.

Your personal weights may be lighter or heavier than mine. And that’s okay!

Pick weights that are safe and comfortable but challenging for you!

Again, you can definitely do this butt workout without any weights.

But, trust me the weights make a huge difference.

You’ll see better, quicker results with weights.

You can learn more about the benefits of lifting weights here.

Nevertheless, if you’re a complete beginner to butt workouts or you don’t have weights, don’t worry!

There’s a body weight butt workout just for you here 🙂

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Comments

  1. I know it varies for everyone but how long did it take to see results? Also, thanks for the article! ?

    1. You’re welcome, Deb! You’re exactly right. For me, it took about 2 months focusing on it about 3 days a week

    1. Hi Carol! Sorry I can’t give a specific answer since I don’t know your unique body type and situation. However, I will say that for me, 3 times a week is the max that I tend to do because my body needs time to recover (the recovery process is what helps the muscle to grow. Without time to recover, it can be challenging to see results). I hope that helps! 🙂

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