Blake Fit Tips 3
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You don’t need a weight to do a sumo squat, but adding a weight to this move will help you build that shapely, belfie booty.
Step 1: Take a
- Step 2: Keeping your chest high and proud, bend your knees and lower your tailbone toward the floor. As you lower, push your butt out just a little bit to engage the glutes. Make sure your knees don’t extend past your toes. If you're using a dumbbell or k
- Here's a side-view of the same move.
- Step 3: At the bottom of the motion, squeeze your glutes and drive through your heels to return to standing.
One important thing to remember about the squat tap is that you never actually sit on the surface that serves as the end point for your squat. That means you don’t need special equipment for this move. A step stool, box, or a
- Step 2: Slowly drop your butt back and toward your designated surface for a deep squat. When your butt taps that surface, squeeze the glutes and drive up through your heels, back to standing.
A jumping jack/squat hybrid, this explosive move will work your butt, thighs, calves, and shoulders.
Step 1: Start in a wide-stance squat with your toes pointing outward. This will look like your sumo squat, but for this exer
- Step 2: Lift slightly out of your deepest squat point, driving up through the toes and into a jump. At the same time, draw your arms up toward the ceiling in a snow-angel motion.
- Step 3: Just as the toes served as the starting point for your jump, they’ll be the landing point. As you reconnect with the ground, you’ll want to land toes-first before lowering the heels. When you land, lower back into your squat and sweep your arms ba