Glute exercises are an essential part of an exercise routine. Your training is incomplete if you do not include exercises to strengthen your glutes and the rest of your body.....CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

The glutes are an important muscle that plays a significant functional role in the body as they help it to maintain balance and stay upright while walking, climbing stairs, and doing other activities.

The gluteus muscle is made up of the major, middle and minor muscles.. Together, these muscles increase lower body mobility by improving hip extension, abduction, and rotation.

The glutes belong to the category of stabilizing muscles. They work in conjunction with other muscles in the posterior chain to help strengthen your back and prevent slouching.

Glute exercises are essential to maintain their strength, so today we bring you some exercises that will help you keep your glutes in shape.

Buttock exercises that you can do with your body weight

Exercises for glutes without a machine
1) Lunge

This glute exercise may seem simple, but rest assured, it is not. To maintain stability in a staggered stance, you must rely heavily on your glutes. Additionally, the stance puts additional pressure on the gluteus of the front leg, exercising both glutes effectively.


Spread your feet apart, keeping one in front and one behind your back (about 3 feet apart). Bend both knees and lunge down with your back knee pointing toward the ground. Avoid lunging forward on your front toes. . Keep your front heel planted on the ground. Press your heel into the ground to stand up. Repeat 1 to 3 times for a total of 12 to 16 repetitions.

2) Jump squat

This is another very effective glute exercise. By incorporating a jump into your squats, you can increase your explosive power and strengthen your glutes and upper legs, particularly your quads and hamstrings.


Start by placing your feet shoulder-width apart, with your toes facing forward and your arms at your sides. Place your bottom back, bend your knees, squat down, and bring your hands to your chest. To increase the speed, jump as high as possible and move your arms behind your body in a straight line. Land softly on the balls of your feet and immediately lower yourself into the next squat to complete one repetition.

3) Glute bridge

This glute exercise is essential for everyone, whether you are an athlete or a professional who has to sit for long periods.

The glute bridge is a versatile technique that can be used for both glute activation and strength development. It is essential that you feel your glutes working when performing this exercise.


Lie on your back, with your arms at your sides, knees bent, and feet flat on the floor. Raise your hips and squeeze your glutes at the top. A common mistake is to raise your hips too much, which makes your bottom The back does most of the work. Avoid that, as it can cause back pain. Lower yourself until your buttocks almost touch the floor….CONTINUE READING THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

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