Loss of buttock firmness is caused by a combination of factors, including our unique body shape, hormones, age, gravity, and weight gain. Regular exercise is the best way to keep your body healthy and in good shape.
Some of the best exercises for developing glute muscles involve squatting and lunging; however, if you want to do them properly, in a way that really shapes and changes your butt, you must incorporate weight. The dead bug, hip raises, and kettlebell swings are the three foundational exercises used to kick off every session.
1. DEAD BUG
Lay on your back with your arms extended vertically above your head. bring your knees up to your pelvis by bending your legs 90 degrees.
Put your feet in a flex position and your hips in a retroversion position so that your lower back is well connected to the ground.
Relax your shoulders and breathe normally as you extend one arm behind you and the other leg forward until your hand and foot are almost touching the ground.
To revert to the initial position, let out your breath and perform the opposite movement. This would be a reiteration.
Do this 15 to 25 times.