10 Yoga Poses To Tone Your Buttocks

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Yoga Poses To Tone Your Buttocks

Everyone wants a butt that is toned and shapely. But that really doesn’t happen siting on that chair. You have to get up and do exercises. Yoga really helps in this reference because it not only tones up the butt area, but helps you get a desired butt shape too. You can combine yoga with light cardio to lose weight. But with yoga, the butts are stretched and worked out to get an awesomely toned outlook.

These Are Yoga Poses To Tone Your Buttocks

Chair Pose

This really works on the butts and gets you toned up really well. Celebrities swear by this posture too and both men and women can do the same. For this posture, pretend that you are about to sit on a chair, but there is no chair. So you are kind of in a holding-sitting position. Extend hands forward and make sure that your knees don’t cross the toes. Now lift the heels gently and hold this pose for at least 30 seconds. Do 5-7 times.

Chair Squats

Reverse Boat Pose

This one is like a superman pose. You have to lie down on your stomach and then extend both the hands forward. As you are doing so, also raise both the legs up. Doing so works on the butt muscles and gets them toned and rounded. You can also do this with alternate legs and hands to create a more rigorous work out. Hold the posture for 30-40 seconds and then repeat.

Reverse Boat Pose

Dancing Shiva

If you really want to get that intense workout for your butt, this is the pose for you. Stand straight and then gently hold your right leg thumb with your right hand. Now pull the leg as up as you can, supporting the weight on your left leg. Remember to extend your left hand for additional support too. Now repeat with the other leg. Hold the posture for 30-40 seconds and then repeat.

Dancing Shiva

Bridge Pose

The bridge pose can be done in yoga or even regular exercise form. For doing this pose, you have to lie down on the floor with the feet close to the buttocks. Now you can keep hands behind the head or even near the feet, while holding them with your finger. Raise butts off the floor along with back and upper back. Then go down again. Hold the posture for 30-40 seconds and then repeat.

Bridge Position

3 Leg Bent Dog

For this pose you have to first get to the basic mountain pose. Lay down on the leg and then raise the butts off the floor, using your hands and feet. The palm should be facing the floor, head down and the legs should be completed lifted too like a mountain. Now lift your right leg and extend it as upwards as you can. Now repeat the same with the upper leg.

3 Leg Bent Dog

Dog Pose With Leg Stretch

This is another yoga pose that helps you tone the butt. For this get down on all fours. Palms on the floor and knees on the ground, back straight. Now lift your right leg and extend it backwards. Hold the pose. You can also fold the leg with the heels facing the ceiling. Repeat on other leg. Hold the posture for 30-40 seconds and then repeat at least 10 times.

Dog Pose With Leg Stretch

Warrior 3

For this posture, you have to stand straight with both hands on the side. Then gently interlock hands, with forefinger pointing out. Bend forward as you lift your left leg and extend it backwards. The weight of the body rests on the right leg. Your arms should be extended along with rear leg. Now repeat this with the other leg too.

Warrior-3

Half Moon

The half moon pose is very similar to the lunge, but a notch more difficult. For this, get into the basic lunge pose. Now extend both hands upwards and get into the namaskar shape. Now tilt the head and back and give a good stretch. You can feel the butt muscles really work and get burning.

Half Moon

Goddess Pose

This is an easy to look but tough to do pose. For this, stand straight and spread your legs side ways. Now get into an elongated stretch pose. Bend knees as you get down. Back should be straight. Raise hands sideways and then bend from the elbow. Point fingers towards the ceiling. Hold the posture for 30-40 seconds and then repeat.

Goddess Pose

Plow Pose

Lie down on the back with legs in front of you and the hands next to the butts. Now raise both legs and slowly bring them close towards your head. You can use your hands for support initially. When doing this pose, your feet should come right near your head and fingers should touch the floor. Hold for a few seconds and then gently go back. Repeat 3-4 times.

Plow Pose

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