Lower-Body Stability-Ball Workout – Oxygen Magazine

Lower-Body Stability-Ball Workout – Oxygen Magazine

Exercises by Bodypart for Women, Glute Workouts for Women, Leg Exercises for Women, Leg Workouts for Women, Training Tips for Women, Workouts For Women
If you’re like me, you mean business when it comes to getting the most out of a lower-body workout. Hello, thighs and glutes! The stability ball is a staple tool for this type of work that never seems to get old. You know that large-looking bouncing ball at the gym that some of us love … and others give the side eye and keep on walking. Well, if you desire to build strength, balance and stability — and a stellar-looking lower body — this workout will not disappoint. Let’s get started and generate some serious strength!Thanks for watching!Visit WebsitePerform the following exercises in a circuit to challenge yourself and feel the burn.ExerciseSetsRepsBulgarian Split Squat4-510-12 (each leg)Side Lunge4-510-12 (each leg)Reverse Hyperextension4-515Single-Leg Glute Bridge4-510-12 (each leg)Hip Thrust4-515Hip Thrust Place the stability ball…
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Grow Your Glutes – Oxygen Magazine

Grow Your Glutes – Oxygen Magazine

Glute Workouts for Women, Workouts For Women
Form: Banded Donkey Kickback Squats, lunges and good mornings are leg day must-haves, but though they do engage the glutes, they don’t really emphasize them over the quads and hamstrings. A banded donkey kickback provides that unique stimulus, building your butt and balancing out your gains on both sides. You can use a cable machine for this move, but a band offers an added bonus: You’ll get more resistance at the top when the band is fully stretched, amping the intensity just at the point that your hamstrings are the least involved and the glutes are the most engaged.Thanks for watching!Visit WebsiteAttach a resistance band around a rig or another stable object at floor height by looping it through itself, and secure the other handle around the arch of one foot.…
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