09 . 2019
Kirsten Scott, Yoga Teacher, Holistic Health Coach & Personal Trainer, Gives us Her Favourite No-Equipment Glutes Workout Will Literally Lift Your Butt
You are aiming for as many rounds as you can in 20 minutes. Set your timer and do each exercise back-to-back until you’ve done all movements to complete one round. You can then give yourself a 60-second break to catch your breath (only just) before you start the next round. Tip: remember the muscles you are working. The glutes are the largest and most powerful muscle group in the human body so make sure you are focusing on contracting those butt muscles and making each movement powerful.
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20-Minute AMRAP (As Many Rounds As Possible)
Take five minutes to warm up with some cardio before you begin this workout. Warming up will help prevent injury, help lubricate your joints so you can move more freely and increase oxygen and blood flow to your tissues and muscles.
Get ready, set your timer and GO…
Rest for maximum 60 seconds then STRAIGHT back into it!
When your 20 minutes is up, catch your breath with a slow walk around, have a stretch and then refuel with Eimele.