Summer special: Butt and thigh workout
Summer is coming. We’ve got the perfect recipe to get fit for summer with twice a week 2-day routine. Are you ready?
Butt and thigh workout: Summer is fast approaching and if you want to look your best on the beach, now is the time to start. Beginning your regime now will give you enough time to get the results you’re looking for.
With the aid of the right machines or just pure bodyweight, you’ll be strengthening your muscles while simultaneously toning and shaping them. If you chose to combine these with fat burning aerobics solutions too, it will promote weight loss. The equipment you can use at your club will isolate the muscles and focus on effort and repetitions.
Classes and Personal Training
If you’re looking for extra motivation we suggest you try one of our classes or personal training sessions. With ‘Made in Brazil’ you’ll be able to benefit from a pumped up group of people with a shared goal as well as quick burning results.
A personal trainer will be able to guide you in reaching your goals by designing a specific program for your body type, lifestyle and needs.
If you’re looking to shape your bottom without gym equipment you can still workout at your club choosing running, cycling or step. You can also take the exercise outdoors (even a flight of stairs can do wonders) or opt to workout at home. Here is a set of workouts you can use as an indoor.
Aim for twice a week to guarantee better and faster results.
Day 1 Butt and thigh workout
Start with bicycle warm-up, 10-15 minutes
Exercise 1: Sumo deadlifts, 3 sets of 6-8 reps immediately followed by 2-4 long jumps
Exercise 2: Split squat, 3 sets of 10+10 reps
Exercise 3: One leg deadlift, 2 sets of 10 reps
Finish with cycling, 20 minutes max, hill or random program
Day 2 Butt and thigh workout
Exercise 1: Squat as low as possible, 4 sets of 12reps followed by 90 seconds bicycle sprint
Exercise 2: Step ups, squeeze at the top of the movement, 2 sets of 12 repetitions followed by 60 seconds bicycle sprint
Exercise 3: One leg deadlift, 2 sets of 10 reps followed by 45-second bicycle sprint