Exercise to strengthen glute muscles without weights

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exercise strengthen glute muscles without weight

The strength of the hips depends on the strength of the glute muscles. Glute tissues are used to connect your upper and lower body. Along with this, the movement of your feet and for good posture is necessary to keep the glute muscles strong. Due to the weak glute mussels, you start to face difficulty in performing daily activities.

To strengthen them, you can practice bodyweight exercises without weights. These exercises have a direct influence on your muscles and make them naturally stronger.

Let’s know which exercises practised strengthening the glute muscles.

Bodyweight squat

Bodyweight squat strengthens your lower waist, quads and glute muscles. It also improves their functionality. To do this, open the legs equal to the shoulders width and open the toes slightly outward. Now slowly move the hips down and take them back when it comes parallel to the floor. Make 3 sets of 10 reps.

Curtis lunge with kick

This exercise also strengthens inside thighs and glute muscles. To do this, open the legs as much as your waist and take the right foot backwards. Now bring the left leg back forward and kick. Do the same process from the other side. Make 3 sets of 10 reps from each foot of this exercise.

Reverse Lunge

This exercise helps in improving body posture. To do this, open the feet equal to the shoulders and take the left leg backwards and bring the left knee near the ground. Now bring the left leg forward and stand straight. Make 3 sets of 10 reps from each foot of this exercise.

Squat Jack

This exercise strengthens all the glute muscles. To do this, stand with two feet joining together. Now jump and widen the legs slightly over the shoulders and squat, after which jump and come back to the starting position. Make 3 sets of 10 reps of this exercise.

Jump squats

Jump squat strengthens the lower part of your glute muscles. To do this, stand feet slightly wider than the waist. Now bring the hips down and squat and then jump. Keep this speed down and come down. Practice 3 sets of 10 reps of this exercise.

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