VIDEO: 15 min Booty Blaster!

I get a lot of requests from ladies for simple “booty” workouts they can do at home without equipment.

So here it is!!!

Hey everyone!

Kori with Train Like A Girl here where I help busy moms lose up to 15 pounds in six weeks without spending hours in the gym or restrictive fad diets.

Today, I’m going to show you an awesome 15 minute Booty Blaster!

No equipment needed. All you’re gonna need is your own body weight.

Alright guys, so before we get into the 15 minute Booty Blaster, I want to ask that if you like this video and the information in it make sure you hit that thumbs up button and the subscribe button up above. This way you get all the latest information from me and Train Like A Girl.

Alright guys, so let’s get to it with the 15 minute booty blaster.

There’s four different exercises. You’re going to do each exercise for ten reps and in a circuit fashion.

Exercise #1: Alternating reverse lunges.

I’m gonna stand with our feet together, abs are tight. Take a big step back driving through that front heel to stand back up. Get that back knee as close to the ground as you can without it actually touching the ground. Keep those abs tight and proud chest.

Exercise #2: Alternating Lateral Lunges

So for the reverse lunges we took a step back, now we’re gonna take a step out to the side. Take a big step out to the side and sit back like you’re sitting into a chair. The other leg you’re the toes of the leg that straight pointing up. Then step back to the center. Out to the side step back to the center again. Keeping your abs tight and proud chest the entire time.

Exercise #3: Lying Hip Bridge

You’re going to get down onto the floor. Push that lower back deep into the floor make sure your lower back does not have any space between it and the floor. Palms on the ground. Abs are tight, your butt is tight. We’re going to drive through those heels and push the hips up towards the ceiling. Hold for a count of three and then back down.

Exercise #4: Bodyweight Squats

Stand with your feet about shoulder width apart, abs are tight. We sit back onto our heels driving through our heels to stand up. Again, keeping those abs tight and proud chest throughout the entire movement.

Alright guys, so that’s four different exercises.

You’re going to do 10 reps of each exercise for 15 minutes.

That is your 15 minute Booty Blaster!

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Got 20 minutes????

So if you read my post this past Monday, you know I have dedicated working towards being consistent with my training and nutrition for the next 4 months.
Everything started out GREAT this week.

Training was great.

Nutrition was great.

Recovery was great.

And then, Thursday happened.

We had a busy day with coaching, appointments and then taking P swimming.

I had decided that I was going to train yesterday around 630pm, after BJ had his consultation and take over the coaching at the gym.

But you know as well as I do, things don’t always go as planned.

So instead of training at 630pm, I had to scramble to get something in.

I could have taken the day off from training, but I took Wednesday off and I didn’t want to take 2 days off in a row.

Since I only had a small window to get my training in, I decided to do a quick 20 min combo workout.

It consisted of ….

  • Squats + Reverse Lunges
  • Bicep curls + DB Shoulder Press
  • DB Romanian DL + DB Upright Row
  • Bicycles + V-up Crunches

****I did 30 seconds on/30 seconds off for each combination going in a circuit fashion. I went through the circuit 5 times.****

I have done this workout in the past, and I really love it since it hits the entire body and I’m still working out in that 70% intensity area I want to be in.

Here is the workout I did. I videoed just snippets of each combo so you can see how I went from one movement to another.

I hope you try this and enjoy it as much as I did.

As I said above, it’s a great workout for those times where you don’t have much time to get your training in.

By the way…

How are you doing with YOUR 70/80/90 Rule???

 

It’s Booty Season ALL Year

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I have a saying…

“There is bikini season during the spring and summer.

There is sweater season during the fall and winter.

But BOOTY season is ALL year round!”

OK, so it’s corny, but I love the exercises that work the butt and I do them often.

While pregnant with my daughter, I actually lost my butt and finally after having her and 3 years later, I got it back!

Here is part of the circuit I did for my training yesterday.

In between exercises, I pushed the dog sled down the length of the turf and then used a TRX to squat and pull the dog sled back to starting position. On the sled, I have a total of 35#. That is on top of what the dog sled weighs. And let me tell you….THIS is hard! And it really hits the glute and hamstrings!

If you don’t have access to a dog sled or a prowler, no worries! Find anything that will slide on the ground, and is heavy enough to make you sweat, and push!

I’ve done this with my daughter as well.

She has a “sit n spin” toy. I put her on it and pushed her all over the back yard.

That was tough too!

But we both had fun and I got a great workout.

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One of My Favorite Booty Shapers!!

About to wrap up week 1 of my new program I am doing.
Feeling great and loving the exercises!! (Next week I will post a 2 week progress pic!)

Here is one of the exercises in my new program and it has quickly become one of my favorites and most certainly making sure it’s in the TLAG program!!

They are called Barbell Box Step ups and man do they build that booty!

These are great for shaping and lifting the butt, which is great for as we get older…things do start to sag 🙁

I use a barbell, but you can use many different tools such as dumbbells, Kettlebells, a weighted vest, a medicine ball or even just step up using your body weight. The key is to not use momentum while stepping up, let the leg that is stepping do all the work.

Happy stepping!!!