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20 Exercises to Build Your Kettlebooty

Build your glutes (aka your Kettlebooty) with the following 20 exercises:

1) Cursty lunge
2) Suitcase deadlift
3) Single leg deadlift
4) Power swing
5) Goblet squat
6) Skater jump
7) Overhead reverse lunge
8) Jump squat
9) Hip lift with chest press lockout
10) Hip lift & tap
11) Double clean
12) Split squat
13) Single arm swing
14) Front squat to lunge
15) Good morning
16) Loaded box jump
17) Side lunge
18) Hand to hand swing
19) Side plank leg lift
20) Squat swing


Download my FREE “How to Get a Kettlebooty” workout guide for more glute exercises and workouts! 

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Grow Your Glutes Workout

In this week’s workout, you will use 4 moves to build your kettlebooty (and really your whole posterior chain: back, glutes, hamstrings, and calves). You will need one heavy kettlebell, a pair of medium weight kettlebells, and a couple boxes.

If you don’t have any boxes for the deficit deadlift, feel free to improvise by using chairs, bumper plates, or simply standing on a ledge that allows the kettlebell to go lower than it would for a regular deadlift. 


 

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Kick Your Kettlebooty Workout

“Kettlebooty” = a strong butt built by lifting kettlebells

In our society of spending 9 to 5 sitting at a desk with no muscle engagement and poor posture, increasing gluteal strength is crucial to health and athletic performance.

In addition to working your butt muscles, kettlebells are also a great way to push yourself cardiovascularly.

Give this workout a try to kick your kettlebooty – in more ways than one!

Working with kettlebells is challenging, so be sure to consult a qualified instructor if you are not sure how to execute the movements properly. 

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