Squats and lunges seem to be the go to moves for sculpting the perfect butt, however, they can become boring and also might harm your knees. So why is there such an obsession with this method?

Are lunges and squats effective?

The fact of the matter, whether you want to accept it or not, is that lunges and squats do work very well in shaping and tightening your butt. They are two exercises you can do virtually anywhere that target your whole bottom half. You should definitely keep them in your rotation.

There’s no reason to limit yourself to those moves, though. Break through boredom and plateaus using different exercises.

Resistance bands for your butt

You’ve probably seen resistance bands next to workout mats in the stores, if you don’t already own one yourself. They are are handy pieces of equipment with which you can creatively sculpt your whole body. The lower portion and your butt are no exceptions!

Simple Butt Workout with Resistance Band

Get a resistance band and set up to exercise. This sequence will have you performing each exercise for twelve repetitions each. Once you complete the circuit, repeat from the top.

You’ll see that this sequence will provide you with results when you supplement it with just a few squats and lunges.

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#1. Resistance Band Monster Walks

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#2. Resistance Band Hydrant

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#3. Band Butt Blaster

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#4. Clamshell

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#5. Lateral Band Walk

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