3 moves for a stronger booty

Leading up to the swimsuit season, many of us had one clear goal: booty. But we all know how fitness goals turn out. We start out strong and then motivation dwindles and are booty dreams start to deflate. If that’s your current fitness situation, it’s not too late. Here are three simple, yet highly effective moves to get that booty firm and lifted.

Certified personal trainer and creator of the Body Love App, Anna Victoria knows how to get you fit. And her Instagram account (@annavictoria) is absolutely loaded with workout and diet ideas to help you do just that.

Last week, Anna showed everyone a simple, three move circuit for a stronger booty. Here’s how it looks:

Barbell Squat

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For beginners, do 10 reps but without any weights on the barbell.

Be sure to keep your back straight and focus on pushing your knees out.

Jefferson Lunge

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For beginners, do 12 reps, without any weights on the barbell.

Hold the barbell in between both legs, while keeping your back straight and your chest up. This move works your quads, hamstrings, glutes and calves.

Lateral Squat Jumps

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For beginners, do 10 jumps.

This final move will definitely get your heart rate high. Place your barbell on the ground and jump from one side to the other. Be sure not to rush through this move and remember to stabilize yourself before jumping over to the other side.

This is a great way to strengthen your glutes, quads and hamstrings.

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