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Get a perky butt in no time with these 5 simple and amazing yoga poses

Published on:23 October 2020, 12:18pm IST
Impossible is nothing, not even when it’s about making your butt super curvy, just like an apricot. Read on to know more.
Nikita Bhardwaj
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No if, just butt. Image courtesy: Mrinali

Would you be ready to do anything to get a butt of your dreams? Hold your horses, because we are all set to make this dream a reality, missy. As always, yoga is our favourite companion. Yes, you guessed it right. We are going to share some yoga poses with you that’ll help you sculpt your butt, just the way you’d want to! 

All you have to do is follow yoga enthusiast Mrinali in this video, where she demonstrates five simple asanas that will get you the perfect booty! 

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1. Donkey kicks

Donkey kicks are not just great to relax your tired glute muscles, but this pose will also help you get a tighter butt. Just do 10 reps of donkey kicks with each leg, and don’t forget to kick as high as possible.

2. One leg raised glute bridge

Doing bridge exercises along with your core works wonderfully well, when it comes to your glutes. That’s because your entire body weight is held by your glute muscles. And that helps with maximum contraction, so you get a super toned butt. You need to do at least 10 reps with each leg.

3. Clam

Clam is a great kegel exercise. It helps to open and tone your posterior muscles. Plus, it also works out your inner thighs. To see promising results, do at least 10 reps on each side. Once you feel you can flex more, increase the number of reps.

4. Warrior-3 pose

Warrior – 3 pose is again a great variant, when it comes to doing butt exercises. The hold in itself is so power-packed that just doing five reps and holding each one for at least 10 seconds can give you great results.

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Activate your glute muscles with these yoga poses. Image courtesy: Shutterstock
5. Dance pose

Dance pose, also known as the nataraja pose, is a great way to stretch your lower body muscles, especially glutes and quads. If you are a runner, then you must do this pose three times, and hold it for 10 seconds on each leg. This will lower down the chances of any kind of leg injury, cramps, or muscle spasms.

So ladies, give squats a break and try these bootylicious yoga poses for better results.

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Nikita Bhardwaj Nikita Bhardwaj

Six-pack abs are all that Nikita needs, along with her daily dose of green tea. At Health Shots, she produces videos, podcasts, stories, and other kick-ass content.