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Glute Kicks with Dumbbell

Instructions

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Last updated : 28-05-2015

If you're looking for a new way to work the butt muscles, consider the glute kick with a dumbbell. This exercise is done from a kneeling position. To begin, place a dumbbell in the crease of your leg, just above the calf and below the hamstring. Once the dumbbell is secured behind your leg, kick your foot upward as far as you can. As you kick, try to emphasize the butt. Perform this exercise in a slow and controlled fashion.

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Step : 1

Secure dumbbell in crease of leg.

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Step : 2

Kick foot upward. Squeeze the butt.

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Step : 3

Return to the start position and repeat.

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Exercise Details

Category

Legs(view all)

Difficulty Level

The glute kick with dumbbell is a low difficulty exercise.

Target Muscle

Butt (gluteus maximus)