10-Minute Body Weight Circuit for Butt & Thighs

10-Minute Body Weight Circuit for Butt & Thighs

This 10-Minute Body Weight Circuit for Butt & Thighs is the perfect workout for burning fat and sculpting a beautiful lower body!

This workout is comprised of 4 exercises that are designed to trim down and tone the entire lower body. High Intensity Interval Training, or HIIT, will slim and tone thighs and a firm up your butt. HIIT increases the amount of fat burn during exercise routines and continues to do so for up to 24 hours. HIIT routines burn more calories and fat than routines performed at a steady pace.

One of the most common problem areas for women is typically the lower body. Excess fat is often stored in the thighs and butt, and it can be stubborn! Four circuits using your body weight during a HIIT can be completed in just 10 minutes and will whittle away at that excess lower body fat!

10-Minute Body Weight Circuit for Butt & Thighs

Note: There are no dumbbells used in this workout, so take it to work, do it at home or at the gym, or just about anywhere you have space for movement.

Equipment Needed: Interval timer

What to do for this workout: Review the videos below for exercise demonstrations. Perform each exercise for 20 seconds; rest 10 seconds after each exercise. Complete 4 circuits.

Exercises:
1. Pulse Lunges (20 seconds per leg)
2. Two Feet Lateral Side Jump
3. High Knee
4. Forward Skaters

Pulse Squat Lunges

Two Feet Lateral Side Jump

High Knee

Forward Skaters

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Source: skinnyms.com