The Only Back and Butt Workout You Need to Look Fit from Behind

Back and Butt Workout

This isn’t a sweaty HIIT routine that calls for doing as many reps as possible against the clock. Rather, burning calories is a by-product of your slow, deliberate sculpting. Good posture is essential to ensure that the proper muscles take on the load. “You want a neutral spine for every rep,” Lovitt says. “Squeeze your shoulder blades into your spine and stick your butt back and up.”

How it works: Do these moves in order for the number of reps indicated, resting for 30 seconds to one minute between moves. Repeat the circuit two more times. Do this routine two to three days a week on alternate days. Aim to increase the amount of weight you use after two to three weeks.

Total Time: up to 15 minutes

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