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Updated 31 October 2014

Week two: Tighten your butt with the T-band

Week 2 of our butt tightening exercise series using a flexible T-band.

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  • The following exercises require precision movement. With all of them, work to resist the return movement.
  • Inhale to prepare for the movement
  • Exhale to initiate the movement, keeping your torso still while only the involved limb moves.

Exercise 3: Double glute pulses with external rotation: lying on your back, hips flexed 90deg and knees bent 90deg, knees facing outwards (i.e. hips externally rotated), T-band above knees (10 reps slow, 10 pulses)

Exercise 4: Double glute pulses: lying on your back, hips flexed 90deg and knees bent 90deg, knees facing outwards (i.e. hips externally rotated), T-band below knees (10 reps slow, 10 pulses).

Are you doing the exercise correctly?

  • Exercise 3: Your shin bones stay parallel while moving the whole leg
  • Exercise 4: Your shin bones stay parallel while moving the whole leg
T-band butt tightening series:

Week one: Tighten your butt with the T-band
Week two: Tighten your butt with the T-band
Week three: Tighten your butt with the T-band
Week four: Tighten your butt with the T-band
Week five: Tighten your butt with the T-band
Week six: Tighten your butt with the T-band
Week seven: Tighten your butt with the T-band
Week eight: Tighten your butt with the T-band
Week nine: Tighten your butt with the T-band
 
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