BEST SQUATS FOR A BETTER BOOTY! | Status Fitness Magazine Official Website


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I know it can get confusing out there with all these crazy workouts. But hands down, squats are going to be your best friend for building your booty. There are some days when I just do a whole squat workout. I'll warm up with Iso- moves like kickback and hamstring curl or glute press and quad extension then the rest of the moves I do are all squat moves! I'll do this 2 or 3 times a month.

Squats burn the most calories out of all other exercises and it's a great way to work ALL your leg muscles, glutes and burn up those calories! Some squats target the booty more than others so I wanted to go over those with you...


Top 5 Squats for Your Booty

  1. Sumo Squat
  2. Squat
  3. Jefferson Squat
  4. Split Squat
  5. Kneeling Squat

Watch the video for exercise descriptions and demos!





But hands down, squats are going to be your best friend for building your booty.


The lower you get with squats the better. Try not to focus on weight but form! Form is key to working out and you need to make sure form is good before adding weight, 1. To avoid injury and 2. Not to waste time! So once your form is good, I recommend adding your weight and making sure you are doing a controlled and slow movement; jerky, fast movements, aren't the best. You can hurt yourself and you won't feel it as much. Adding pauses will also help make sure you are doing slow, controlled movements.

Let me know how you like these squats and what you need help with next and I'll do my best to blog about it! Hope these do your booty right! Keep up your great work!


About Tana Ashlee

A personal trainer and motivational fitness figure, Tana Ashlee is a social media sensation. With certification in personal training (ACE), Sports Nutrition and Flexible Eating (IFFA), Integrative Health and Nutrition (IIN) and Yoga (ACE), Tana shares her knowledge of all things fitness and health related with her fans, readers and online training clients.