Let’s play a word association. Ready? Summer.
What came to mind? Was it mango? Maybe it was the ocean, or maybe it was anxiety that you aren’t feeling body confident?
For us, it’s booty! And we want to know every last secret to lift and sculpt our own butts.
Here, we’re rounding up how to get to the bottom of the secret to a booty this summer.
Give your bottom the attention it deserves with these HOT tips
Activate your booty muscles
There are specific exercises to target your bottom and thighs. The 28 Day Challenge Booty Busting workouts area a great place to start to target your booty.
Exercises like yoga, squats, HIIT and Tabata are lead by our Healthy Mummy trainers and assist you in completing the workouts and getting the most out of them.
Try out these 5 leg exercises you can do in your living room:
- Wall sit
- Leg lifts
- Leg pulses
Keep drinking water
Drinking water helps flush out the toxins from the body. Hydrating your body keeps your skin cells fresh and it can help smooth out the appearance of your skin.
“I drink around 3 litres of water a day and it has made my skin appear much healthier and smoother,” says Healthy Mummy Julia Meadows who transformed her booty.
If you can’t seem to make it to your daily water intake without becoming bored, try infusing your water with lemon.
Drinking lemon water first thing in the morning gives your body a kick start to the day and has these awesome benefits.
Eat specific food
Food to build the butt are either amazing sources of PROTEIN or CARBOHYDRATE dense foods.
When it comes to carbohydrates they’re important for building muscle mass as they are the main source of FUEL, and help improve fatigue. No carb enemy’s here.
Some foods to help build your booty muscles are:
- Whey protein
- Sweet potato
Make sure to recover
Recovery after a workout is just as important, if not MORE important than the workout itself. This is because this is when the muscles have their time to recover, build and get ready for their next session! Without this recovery, injury, lack of energy or plateauing could come about.
You should establish a routine that allows you to incorporate stretching such as yoga to help let your muscles recover from the strenuous training from the days before.
Try stretching after your next workout or follow our cool down video found on the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge.
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