December 11, 2017
This workout burns. To get the full effect you’ll need some weights and a leg resistant band. I will link some below so you can pick those up on Amazon! Every time I incorporate bands into my workouts I am left sore for days. They are the one thing I would recommend adding to your leg and booty training sessions. They take a regular exercise and make it 10x harder in the best way possible.
Start with a light resistance and work your way up. I love bands because you can travel with them, use them at home or in the gym. Your gym may already have some, ask a personal trainer at your gym if you can borrow one and bring it back. Usually they’ll have some for their clients and the worse thing they can say is no. 🙂 Gotta do what you gotta do for a good booty workout.
Here are some inexpensive band options:
I do a voiceover to explain what I do, so I hope you enjoy and please give this video a thumbs up and don’t forget to Subscribe to my YouTube!
TIME TO SWEAT (and build a booty)
Repeat everything 3x – rest in between sets. It’s important to take a 1-2 minute break when lifting weights to allow your muscles to recover in order to move on to the next exercise. Also, after your workout make sure to properly recover. Stretch and foam roll(very important) + protein and carbs are essential to building muscle.
If we don’t stretch our muscles, they stay tense which doesn’t allow circulation or blood flow. We need to keep moving when we’re sore in order to get your blood flowing and muscles stretched, allowing them to grow!
Watch Video for full instructions.
This workout is more advanced and will of course be harder the heavier weight you use. If you’re new to this, start with low weight or do these exact exercises without weight and work your way up! I started with no weight and it’s so awesome to keep adding weight and to see how far you’ve come.
I’m a long way from getting to where I want to be so let’s do this together. 🙂
REMINDER: WARM UP PRIOR TO WORKING OUT. Do not jump into a workout right away, especially trying to lift. I’ll attach my warm-up and cool down video.
Think of it this way, if you had a cold rubber band you wouldn’t stretch it to fit over something, it would snap. It needs to be warmed up to be used to its full ability. Our muscles are the same, we need to warm them up so they can be ready to handle the workout. Take an extra 10 minutes and warm up. DON’T FORGET.
Ok, sorry for yelling. Love you.
all my love,
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