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A Kick-Ass 10-Minute Booty Workout, No Equipment Needed

Right now we are traveling around the country on our first-ever Tone It Up Tour to bring you the ultimate fitness festival. When we were dreaming up the tour, we asked ourselves, “What would the dream festival be for us, our girlfriends and our community?” Then we created it for you.

Attendees will have the opportunity to connect with new girlfriends, take part in three total-body workouts, hear loads of amazing live music, eat nothing but healthy snacks, get their hair done at braid bars, get their makeup applied at beauty stations, shop for some of the top fitness brands and so much more.

Since we will be traveling so much (15 cities in 30 days), we’ll be doing a lot of equipment-free workouts in our hotel rooms and the airport (a girl’s gotta do what a girl’s gotta do). So we put together our favorite booty moves you can do anywhere and at any time.

These exercises will sculpt and tone your entire lower body. Each move has a higher number of repetitions than you would normally do because they don’t incorporate weights, but if you want to add them in, just decrease the amount of reps you perform by five to eight.

Now let’s work that tush!

1. Sumo Squats

The sumo squat is the perfect exercise to tone your inner thighs. Begin by standing with your legs a little wider than shoulder-width apart and your feet angled out at 45 degrees. Sit back with your booty and bend at the knees, making sure that your knees don’t extend beyond your toes. Lower down until your thighs are parallel with the ground. Then return to the standing position. Complete 20 reps.

2. Curtsy Lunges

Sculpt your booty and thighs with curtsy lunges. Begin standing with your feet hip-width apart. Step your right foot back and to your left. Make sure that your knees don’t go past your toes. Push off with your right foot to return to start. Complete 20 reps, and then switch sides and do 20 more.

3. Squats

We couldn’t leave out this classic move, which really tightens your tush and thighs. Begin by standing with your feet hip-width apart, and then sit back as you lower your backside until your legs form a 90-degree angle. Again, make sure that your knees stay behind your toes. Squeeze your booty as you return to the standing position. Complete 20 reps.

4. Bridge Dips

Bridge dips target those tough-to-reach hamstrings to give your booty a serious lift. Begin by lying on your back with your legs bent and your booty on the ground. Push your hips up as high as you can, squeezing your booty at the top. Slowly lower yourself back down. Complete 20 reps.

5. Bridge Marches

This move help to sculpt your backside and strengthen your hip flexors, which tend to flair up when you’re doing a ton of lower-body exercise (kind of like right now). Begin by lying on your back in a bridge position with your hands by your side and your feet directly below your knees. Lift one knee toward your body, then slowly lower it. Lift the opposite knee toward your body and slowly lower it. Continue to march for one minute.

Come Workout With Us on the Tone It Up Tour

Join us for the Tone It Up Tour! It will be the fitness festival experience of a lifetime, including workouts with us, Jillian Michaels and CorePower Yoga, plus live music, games, rosé and so much girlfriend time! Reserve your spot here.

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