Treadmill Tips For The Booty

Running and/or walking on a treadmill is a great way to help your heart and snatch that waist. BUTT (pun intended) running/walking can also be a great tool to get a perky booty. Next time your on the treadmill switch up your routine and try out some of the suggestions below.

Hill Workouts

  • The next time you hop on the treadmill, don't do your regular flat workout — add rolling hills into the mix. Adding inclines will both keep your workout interesting and target your glute muscles. Try this treadmill workout with hills to work your backside.

Walking Lunges

  • Adding lunges to your treadmill workout helps you warm up before a run. Walking lunges also have the distinction of helping you shape a perky, lifted backside. To do walking lunges on the treadmill, slow the speed down to 2.5 or 3 miles per hour, and up the incline to 15 percent. Hold on to the handrails if you need help balancing.

Go Backward

  • Don't lower that incline just yet: you can work your backside even further by walking backward on the treadmill. Turning around helps strengthen your glutes as well as calves and quads. Lower the speed to a very slow walking pace (2.5 miles per hour) and grab on to the handrails before you turn around.

Get that booty right and that body tight. Of course, don't forget proper sleep and eating. Bodies are not made just in the gym. Have a great day and remember, Think Health! :)

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