lower body strength training

At Home Lower Body Strength Training- Legs, Butt and Thigh Workout

Lower body strength training workouts are some are my favorites ways to workout. There’s barely any high impact exercises in this butt and thigh workout except for one of them that is more cardio based, but other than that it’s strictly strength training. Just a few minutes into this workout you’ll feel like you’ve been doing cardio already! You’ll not only get the benefits from strength training such as burning fat, increasing your metabolism and building a strong lean body, but also the effect of cardio like working our heart muscle which our heart loves!

Wether you are trying to lose weight, maintain weight or whatever your goal is then this workout is good for either goal. I have used many exercises that I personally don’t practice much myself and some of them might be completely new to you. And that is a great thing. You always want to try different types of exercise moves. By adding new moves and by pushing yourself as much as you can you’ll see amazing changes in your body. You shouldn’t really get too comfortable during a workout. If you do you’re actually just getting the very minimal effect of it and to me it’s a waste of time. I’m not saying you should push yourself to the point of pain, dizziness or almost want to throw up either! Some people think that that’s a good thing, but that’s very irrational and you’re actually doing your body and mind more harm.

One way you can push yourself harder in this intense butt and thigh workout is by lifting as heavy as your body can handle. Make sure that by doing so that your body doesn’t suffer when it comes to keeping your form clean. Another thing I’d like to mention is specifically for women; do NOT be afraid of lifting heavy. You will not get too bulky or whatever you’re afraid of your body becoming. You’ll only going to see changes in your body that you’re going to love.

We will go through 6 groups and each groups contains 2 exercises that we will repeat twice, then move to the next group. 45 seconds of action and 15 seconds to recover in between sets.

Group 1

Single leg deadlift (R)

Single leg deadlift (L)

Group 2

Lunge pulse (R)

Lunge pulse (L)

Group 3 

Step up – knee up – reverse lunge (R)

Step up – knee up – reverse lunge (L)

Group 4

Squat pulse

Clean & press

Group 5

Hip raises

Crab kicks

Group 6

Squat + side lunge

Wall sit

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