Walking work out for firm butt

Skater Stride
Targets: Quads, butt, hips, obliques, back, and triceps
While walking, take a large step diagonally forward to the right with right foot, toes pointing forward (not to right). Sink into a lunge, bending both knees 90 degrees, as you bring left elbow toward right knee and swing right arm straight back. (Beginners, do a dip rather than a lunge.)
Press off left big toe to bring left leg forward, brushing it past right leg, then swinging it forward out to the left diagonal (like a speed skater) to plant left foot, toes forward.
Do 25 steps to each side, alternating legs.

Sumo Squat and Lift
Targets: Quads, inner and outer thighs, butt, hips, back, shoulders, and biceps
While walking, turn so that your right side is facing “forward” (or uphill), fists near hips.
Lift right foot, flexed, to take a large side step to right. Lower into a wide squat as you lift both hands up in a wide V.
Rising up on right leg, lower arms as you lift left leg to side, foot flexed.
Step left foot next to right.
Do 12 reps; repeat with left side facing front.

Power Lunge with Leg Lift
Targets: Quads, hamstrings, butt, hips, arms, and abs
Walking, lunge forward with left leg, both knees bent 90 degrees (beginners, 45 degrees).
With hands in fists and elbows bent at 90 degrees, bring right fist toward nose, left behind you.
Shift weight onto left leg, straightening it; lower arms and lift right leg out and back on a diagonal as high as you can.
Bring right leg forward into a lunge; repeat on that side.
Do 25 reps per leg, alternating sides.

High-Knee Cross
Targets: Quads, calves, hips, butt, and abs
While walking, tighten abs and lift bent left knee as high as you can directly in front of you, coming up on right toes. Simultaneously bend right elbow 90 degrees, bringing it across body toward left knee. (Swing left elbow back to counterbalance.)
Hold for 1 count, then lower left foot to step forward. Repeat with right leg.
Do 25 reps per leg, alternating sides.


3 Responses to “Walking work out for firm butt”

  1. November 29, 2009 at 6:42 am

    Oh man! I can feel the burn just reading it 🙂 Great info!!

  2. November 29, 2009 at 7:26 am

    Me too but I still have to do the work to make the difference!!

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