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5 Yoga Poses for Developing a Tight Booty

5 Yoga Poses for Developing a Tight Booty

When it comes to developing a booty, traditional exercises like lunges and squats are annoying for women. They prefer to improve their bodies via yoga practice, but don’t know how to do it effectively.

If you are sick and tired of practicing without significant result, maybe you focus on wrong poses. Let’s take a close look at five useful poses for your perky booty.

What happens with your muscles?

To make your make booty muscles look exceptional, go through all the whole complex of these five poses. Doing these yoga poses in sequence every day, you will firm and lengthen your buttocks at the same time. Practice each of these five yoga poses at least for five breaths to reach the incredible effect of your booty appearance.

 

Are you ready to start?

 

1. Warrior 3

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Move to the Warrior 3 from Crescent Lunge yoga pose or just do it separately. Anyway, you will increasingly strengthen your buttocks, and lower spine practicing Warrior 3 pose daily without any excuses. Just do it correctly:

 

Step 1

Step wide with your left leg in a high lunge position. Remain your forward knee at a right angle. Pull your body towards your left thigh and put your hands on your left knee. Then turn your body a little bit to the right.

Step 2

Stretch your arms forward and parallel to the floor with palms facing each other. Lifting your right leg, find balance and align your torso parallel to the floor. Straighten your left leg.

Step 3

Keep your body in the Warrior 3 pose for at least 30 seconds, and move on to the next one.

 

This video can help you to improve your pose:

 

2. Standing Splits

 

 

This yoga pose naturally comes after the Warrior 3. Would you like to know more about it?

Step 1

Staying in the Warrior 3 pose, get your left leg up to the ceiling or sky.

Step 2

Rotate your lower thigh to keep your pelvis parallel to the floor.  

Step 3

Clasp your lower leg with both hands and pull the other leg up. Remain in this yoga pose for 30 seconds, and then release.

 

Watch the video and practice correctly:

 

3. Half-Moon

 

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Staying in Warrior 3 pose, you can also move to the Half-Moon yoga pose. It makes muscles of your leg, side back and, booty stronger. How to completed it?

 

Step 1

It’s easy to move to Half-Moon from the Warrior 3 pose, which is described above. Just reach one arm down to the floor and raise the other one upwards.

Step 2

Turn your torso a little bit, which can allow you to stretch your arms to opposite sides efficiently.

Step 3

Straighten your body and gaze upwards. If you are a beginner in yoga, use a wall to support your body in this uneasy pose. Keep staying for at least 5 breaths and then relax.

 

Your Half-Moon pose will be perfect if you apply explanation from this video:

 

4. Reverse Plank

 

 

Reverse Plant can make your buttocks firm and durable like no other. It requires a lot of effort for those who just started working on the perky booty. Be persistent, and you will succeed in a reverse plank.

Step 1

Sit down on your yoga mat stretching legs forward. Put your hands on the ground with widely spaced fingers only 6-8 inches behind your torso.

Step 2

As you inhale, push up until your arms are straight and lift your body.

Step 3

Strain your buttocks, and keep this pose at least for 5 deep breaths. Afterward, you may slow down and relax, or change the position of your body.

 

Follow the instructions in this video, and practice again:

 

5. Bow Pose

 

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Although it’s not an easy yoga pose for beginners, do it when your body is flexible enough. The explanation is pretty simple.

 

Step 1

Start lying on your stomach with your knees bent. Put your heels next to the buttocks, so you can easily reach them by hands.

Step 2

Grab your ankles with hands and open your chest. Try to lift your body as much as you can, holding your legs.

Step 3

Use stamina of your back muscles to be in this pose as long as you can. Let it be at least 30 seconds.

 

You can do this pose! Watch the video, and keep practicing:

 

You will see changes in your tight booty in a month practicing these five yoga poses every day. Believe me, it worth your efforts. Enjoy your practice!



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5 Yoga Poses for Developing a Tight Booty

When it comes to developing a booty, traditional exercises like lunges and squats are annoying for women. They prefer to improve their bodies via yoga practice, but don’t know how to do it effectively. If you are sick and tired of practicing without significant result,