To get the perfect butt, there is no easy way, most people have to practice to get the desired results.


For this exercise, you need a chair that you need to place away from you and then place your arms behind the chair and grab it. Then you need to put your feet together. Then bend forward slightly. Lift your right leg straight behind you and keep your knee straight, then squeeze your buttocks and lift your leg as high as you can and return to the starting position with control. You should repeat the exercise 10 times, then do it with the other leg and do two sets.

Do this exercise for 15 to 20 reps on each side.


You must start the exercise on all fours. Then place your hands at shoulder width and knees at hip width and at first keep your right foot bent and your leg bent. Next, you should lift your right leg and push your heel toward the ceiling, then until your foot is directly over your buttocks and your glutes are tight. Then, slowly return to the starting position and try not to touch the ground with your knee. Do this exercise 15 times, then do it with the other leg.

Repeat the exercise 15 to 20 times on each side.


Holding your bent leg in the air behind you, pulse for 30 seconds as fast as you can. Make sure your glutes are still tight to activate these muscles. This is what will really firm up your buttocks.

Do this exercise for 20 to 30 reps per side.

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To do this exercise, start by positioning your whole body on both arms of your legs and your hands should be placed flat on the floor and the same distance as your shoulder width. Then, as for your knees, they should be bent at a 90 degree angle, and be the same distance as your hip width, but our back and abs should not be moved and should remain in a natural position.

Next, make a motion to raise your right knee, bringing it as close to your chest as possible, and while keeping your hips still, raise your right thigh out to the side. Next, the raised leg should be brought back so that it is in line with your torso, then you can return to the starting position.

Try to do 30 reps on each leg.


To start this exercise, you need to get on all fours. Then wrap a resistance band (mini band) around your working leg just above the knee and make sure your back is flat and your head and spine are neutral. Next, you should start by lifting your banded leg. Then to the side, keeping your knee bent at 90 degrees and lifting it up to hip level, and make sure your weight is evenly distributed between your hands and your knee. Then pause at the top for 1-2 seconds, then slowly lower back down to the start, resisting the pull of the band as you return. Then continue for 10 to 12 reps on one side before switching.