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6-Minute Workout: Booty Boot Camp | Butt and Thigh Workout

6-Minute Workout: Booty Boot Camp | Butt and Thigh Workout : Specifically targeting your butt or legs And this Booty Boot Camp (BBC) is designed to burn fat and tone or shape to give you legs that will stop traffic. As an added bonus and many of these moves are dynamic enough that they also engage the core muscles (abs and lower back and obliques), as well. This (BBC) Boot camp routines are made with the purpose of burning a very highest amount of calories in a short time or getting results very Fast, or this workout is no different. This helps to slim down the legs and hips or butt.

6-Minute Workout: Booty Boot Camp | Butt and Thigh Workout

If we want to see results very fast, This BBC works, if we just follow these recommendations. The 1st week, do this routine only 3 times with at least 1 full day break in between (do light cardio on our break days). we may want to do only one set of each exercise for our first try.

 

Traveling Lunge Squats – This dynamic move not only hones in on the glutes and thigh muscles, it also engages your core because of the balance required to move from the lunging position, back to the squat.

 

Two-Part Squat – Targets: Gluteus Maximus, Medius and Quadriceps and Hip Abductors

  • Stand with feet wider than hip-width apart and toes turned out.
  • Squat down until thighs are parallel to floor.
  • Hold for 4 counts.
  • Next bend knees to lower 5 more inches.
  • Come up to the point where our thighs are parallel and hold for 4 counts.
  • Repeat.

 

Boxer squat – The dipping motion and pressing up on your toe on each side incorporates the calf and oblique muscles. Keep your abs nice and tight the entire time for best results.

 

Side-Extension Squat

Targets: Gluteus Maximus, Medius and Hip Abductors

  • With feet shoulder-width apart and squat down Ninety degrees.
  • Stand, lifting right leg to hip height at side.
  • Hold for 4 counts and then come down.
  • Repeat 40 times; switch sides.

 

 

Crossover Lunges – This lunge variation requires balance and which forces the core to work harder. Because of the different foot positions and it incorporates inner or outer thigh in a more comprehensive way than a regular lunge does.

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