There are many different ways to workout your booty at home. Some prefer to use body weight, others prefer to go with weights but there are even more ways to work out your glutes. An at-home booty workout with bands and kettlebells is a good place to start. In fact, you could start every morning with this workout and you’ll get the results you want in no time.
How do you like to work out your booty? The first answer for many people is simply with squats. Squats are great for working out your glutes and lower body in general. But if you want to switch it up by adding additional levels of difficulty then you could use this simple at-home booty workout with bands and kettlebells. This workout is perfect for mornings, but it really can be done at any time of day. The important thing is that you continue to challenge yourself. These exercises have plenty of room for customization, like adding tighter bands, heavier kettlebells, or simply adding more reps as you grow. While there are so many benefits to these exercises, the most important thing, the one thing they focus on is your booty and getting it to where you want it to be.
Good Mornings are usually done with a barbell, but banded good mornings are done with a band instead. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Place one end of the band underneath your feet and the other end up around your neck. Bend forward at the hip, keeping your back and legs straight. You can bend your knees slightly as you bend over and then stand straight up again. Repeat these steps for 15 reps.
Stand with your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart. Lower your hips back and down so you’re in a bit of a squat. Once in position, swing the kettlebell back and between your legs. While swinging, make sure to squeeze your glutes and keep your toes in line with your knees. Once the weight has been swung back through your legs, use your hips to help bring the weight back out and up above your head. Keep repeating this movement for 15 reps.
Hold a kettlebell in one hand and let it hang on one side of your body. Stand on one leg, either lifting the other foot completely off the ground or just slightly above the ground. Slightly bend the knee of the leg you’re putting all of your weight on and lower the kettlebell until your torso is perpendicular with the ground. Then, return to the starting position. Do this move 15 times and then switch hands and feet to repeat for another 15 reps.
This exercise is very simple. All you need to do is place the band of your choice around your thighs. Then, with your feet together, slightly bend your knees and take a step to the left or the right with one leg, and then bring the other leg over so you’re standing with your feet together again. Go back and forth each time being one rep and keep moving until you’ve done 15 reps.
This move should be done right after banded squat walks as you will want to keep the band in place, wrapped around your thighs. Think jumping jacks without the arm movements. Start with your feet together and knees slightly bent. Jump up and push your feet apart to slightly wider than shoulder-width apart. Then jump again and bring your feet back together, that is one rep. Go for 15 reps in total.
This exercise is all about form. Grab a single kettlebell and have both hands on the sides of the handles. Hold the kettlebell up and close to your chest and stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Now go into a squat by bending at your knees, keeping your feet flat on the ground, back straight, and the kettlebell in place against your chest. Return to the standing position and repeat for 15 reps.