Many people these days lead a sedentary way of living, and that is what makes your life both easier and complicated at the same time. While you probably use your brain mostly for your work, your body is not fond of it that much. The thing is that if you spend most of your time sitting your glutes become elongated and pretty loose. It may seem like nothing you should worry about but wait until what your glutes are responsible for.

Butt muscles are what your body relies on, and when they are beginning to get loose, all the stress goes to lower back and knee area. As you may understand they have their own responsibilities and the additional one won’t lead to anything good. To save you from all the troubles of facing knee or lower back problems we suggest to your attention a set of exercises which will help you strengthen your glutes.

There is one requirement though; you are going to need to get yourself a stability ball. All these three exercises involve work with a stability ball, and that is what makes them so effective. Apart from the effectivity these exercises are very easy to replicate and won’t take you a lot of time to spend on them.

Even though there is a huge list of advantages, you should not forget that there is one more important thing – your diet. The better you combine the diet and the workout the faster and better will be the result. As simple as that!

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#1. Bow Pose

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#2. Assisted Pull-Up

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#3. Triceps Extension with Cobra

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