Top 5 Women’s Butt Exercises

Women’s butt exercises still seems to be the hot topic at the moment. So, in this post I will look at the top five exercises for developing a nice butt!

1 – The Lunge

The lunge always takes out number one as the best butt exercise so use it well. Make sure your knees can handle the weight and you change the distance you step out all the time to emphasize different muscles.

2 – Jumping Squat

Burns your butt and is one of the best butt exercises I know of.

Top women's butt exercises

3 – Leg Press Machine

Position your legs in the correct position and you can get quite a nice burn in the glutes!

4 – Hill Sprints

Anytime you walk up an incline your butt gets worked out. Sprinting up hills is one of the best methods to shed fat off and build up a nice butt. It works absolute magic!

5 – Weighted Squat Rack Squats

A gem for total leg development. Keep your stance wide and go as low as you can if you are sure your knees can handle it.

Does anyone else have any other favorites?

About Katie

Katie has transformed her body from a flabby 186lbs, to a fit & toned 124 pounds through healthy diet and exercise. Katie joined the Lean Curves team in 2007 and has posted hundreds of articles on fitness, fat loss and healthy eating.


  1. fitness strength training says:

    My favorite butt move is the bulgarian split squat… it kicks some serious tush!

  2. Butt Exercises says:

    You will start feeling your muscle tone after about 15 – 30 days. Make sure that you are incorporating cardio into your program and are following a healthy diet and you will see results sooner. Take your body fat and measurements now and then re-test after a month.

  3. Mariah B. says:

    what is a “weighted squat rack squat”? it sounds to me like a weighted plie squat.

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