Try This Quick, Easy Move For A Firmer Butt

Hands up, everyone who spends too much time sitting during the course of an average day! Most of you should have a hand up. Between commuting, working at a desk and watching television at the end of a day, that's a lot of sitting. This is enough to turn your tush to mush. The following exercise will save you from a saggy bottom. This move tightens your gluteus maximus, located in your buttocks. Rock this move 2 to 3 times a week. Do two sets of 12 to 15 reps of this exercise, taking a 30-second break between sets and allowing a rest day between sessions.

One-Leg Bridge

  Lie on your back with your left leg extended, right leg bent, and right foot flat on the floor. Rest your arms, palms down, at your sides. [bctt tweet="You will feel this move!"]   Keeping your hips and knees level, contract your glutes and raise your hips toward the ceiling until your body forms a straight line from left foot to upper back. Hold for 3 seconds, then slowly lower your hips to the floor. Do one set, then repeat on the other side. (For an easier variation, keep both feet on the floor). Trust us, you will feel this move! How do you keep your butt firm and toned? Source: Prevention   

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