The, er, bottom line is a combo of moves that target your entire butt – not just your gluteus maximus.
You also need to home in on your gluteus medius and minimus to truly defy gravity. Part B is geared to framing your derriere by minimising surrounding body fat.
(There’s no point having rock-hard glutes if they’re hidden.) Which is where the cardio and clean eating come in. Incline walking and running, stepping machine work and bike interval sessions are great ways to simultaneously burn calories and, therefore, body fat and further steel your glutes.
Exercise 1: Heel sky raise
What it does: This exercise will give your butt shape and firmness.
your knees and elbows. From here, put one leg out straight and flex your foot. Focus on lifting this leg from your butt (leg must stay straight or you are not using your butt). Slowly raise your leg from the ground until it’s in line with your body and lower back to the ground.