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Glute Salute


Booty Poppin’ & Jaw Droppin’ GLUTES!


Just when you thought only doing THREE exercises would be EASY! This routine is anything but that! If you want GLUTES that are going to be TIGHT and TONED, then you need to work for them! But that doesn’t mean you need to hit the gym, all you need to do is find an open area either outside or in your house!


For this routine you will be performing:


3 exercises

5 sets per exercise

20 reps per set

30-60 second rest between sets


Be sure to stay hydrated and above all else, show off those hard earned BUNS OF STEEL!!!


Glute Salute

Begin by placing your hands, knees, and feet on the ground. While keeping your toes and hands in the same spot, elevate your hips until your feet are flat on the ground. Next, while keeping your core tight, raise your right leg as high as you can and flex your glutes as hard as you can at the same time. Lower your right leg and then lift your left leg in the air keeping your core and glutes as tight as possible. Once you lower your left leg back to the ground, return back to the starting position and repeat. Breathe out as you raise each leg.




Lateral Jump Squat

Start off by first finding a place where you have enough room to jump up as high as you can and side-to-side as far as you can. Next start off by standing straight-up with your feet a bit wider than shoulder-width apart. Go down into the squatting position and as you stand back up, explode and jump as high as you can and leap to the left. Land as soft as you can with your feet about shoulder-width apart and your body in the squat position. Once landed, stand straight-up and relax to complete the first rep. Repeat the same steps for rep two except that now you will be leaping to the right. Breathe out as you explode and leap!






For this exercise you will need enough room to be able to lunge to the left and right as far as you can. Begin by placing your hands fingerlocked together behind your head and keep your core as tight as possible. Your feet should be about shoulder-width apart and facing forward. Once in place, lunge to the right as far as you can with your right leg. Both feet should still be facing forward along with your core tight and hands behind your head. Return to the middle and then lunge forward with your right leg, again keeping core tight and hands behind your head. Return to the middle and now lunge forward with your left leg and then once again return to the middle and lunge to the left with your left leg to complete your first rep. Be sure to breathe out each time you push off your foot to return to the middle.