This Ultimate Booty Burner Workout By PT Lauren Vickers Will Fire Up Your Glutes
Not to long ago, we shared a few things you can start doing from now to work on your summer bod. And although we are very well aware we haven’t even hit spring yet here in Aus, it is only just around the corner—and we like the idea of getting a head start.
To help us out, personal trainer Lauren Vickers (who also happens to be a model and founder of eco-friendly activewear brand, Paco Loves Luna) shares here the ultimate total body workout that specifically targets your be-hind to help get it nice and peachy for the summer days ahead.
Booty Burn Workout
To start: Go slow in the first set, concentrating on your form. Keep your core and pelvic floor engaged, and work on your alignment. Use your out-breath to help push through the effort phase of each movement.
One full set is all 6 exercises, with no rest in between exercises.
Do 4-5 sets, and at the end of each set take a 60-second break.
20 Inch worms with reverse lunges
Start standing and fold forward until your hands are on the ground. Walk them out until you’re in a plank position. Hold for a few seconds and then work your way back to the starting position. That’s one rep.
20 Lateral strides
Spring to the side and land on one leg, touching the ground where you land. Your other foot should sweep behind you. That’s one rep. Spring back the other way and do 10 reps each side.
20 Squats with front kicks
Squat down and kick one leg out in front of you as you come up. That’s one rep. Go straight into your next rep on the other side and do 10 reps each side.
20 Reverse toe touches
Hop down on all fours and extend one leg straight back, flexing the foot. Using your glutes, raise the back leg a few inches without arching your back and touch your toes to the ground either side of your other leg 10 times. Repeat 10 more times on the other side.
20 Spiderman lunges
Start in the plank position, and step one foot to the outside of your hands. Hold for a few seconds and return to the plank position. That’s one rep. Do 10 each side.
20 Frog squats
Squat down low with your legs splayed out to the side like a frog. Hold your hands in a prayer-like position, using your elbows to push your knees out. Lean forward, sending your hips back and straightening your legs a little. Return to the start position. That’s one rep.