Hourglass Workout For A Tiny Waist & Bubble Butt

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A lot of women would like to lift and tighten their glutes all while keeping their waist tiny. It could get really frustrating but it is possible. Keep on reading and see for yourself!

Thus, whether you want to round or boost your booty into a bubble, there are 6 important moves to get to sculpt an hourglass figure. Not to mention the workout should be carefully designed to target the important muscles. These are mainly your butt and gut! Simple as that. The flat abs help balance your physique and emphasize the bubble in the back. What are you waiting for? This workout will help you sculpt a sexy hourglass figure fast.

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Check out the exercises:

1. Goblet Squats

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Stand with your feet about hip-width apart;
Keep your arms relaxed at your sides;
Pull your belly button in to engage your stomach muscles;
Shift your weight back on your heels;
Push your hips back;
Bend your knees to lower yourself toward the floor;
Keep your back straight;
Continue until your thighs are about parallel to the floor;
Pause for a count;
Push through your heels;
Straighten your hips and knees to stand back up.
Make 20 reps of 3 sets.

2. Dumbbell Side Bend Oblique

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Stand straight with your feet shoulder width apart;
Hold a dumbbell in your left hand with your palm facing into your body;
Place your right hand on your waist, palm facing in;
This is the start position;
Keeping your back and head straight;
Bend only from your waist to the right;
Inhale as you bend;
Continue as far as possible, then hold for a count of one;
Return to the start position, exhaling as you do so;
This time bend to the left and returning to the start position;
Make 20 reps of 3 sets.

3. Lunge with Rear Leg Raise

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Start by doing a regular lunge;
Place your right leg forward;
While straightening your right leg, hinge forward at the hips;
At the same time, start lifting your straightened left leg behind you;
Make sure you get it parallel to the floor;
Return to starting position and switch sides;
Make 20 reps of 3 sets.

4. Single-Leg Deadlift With Kettlebell

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Hold a kettlebell (between 10 and 20 pounds) in your right hand, and lift your left foot slightly off the ground.
Keeping your back neutral;
Lean your entire torso forward;
Raise your left leg, which should stay in line with your body;
The kettlebell will lower toward the ground;
Keep your left shoulder blade pulled down your back;
With your back straight, return upright, coming to your starting position;
This completes one rep;
Do 20 reps for three sets.

5. Plank Leg Raises

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Start in plank position;
Make sure your arms are straight and holding the balance;
You could either do this with your elbows bent to have forearms on the floor (your choice);
Make sure you are firmly supported on both your forearms and heels;
Raise one leg an inch off the floor, extending the leg straight up;
Hold for 2 seconds, or as long as you can;
Switch legs and repeat;
Do 20 reps for three sets.

6. Single Leg Bridge

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Lie on your back;
Place your hands on the floor for stability;
Then, bend one leg and lift the other leg toward the ceiling;
Press your heel into the floor;
Start lifting your pelvis up, keeping your body in a stiff bridge position;
Slowly lower your body to the floor;
Do 20 reps for three sets.

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