Exercise Equipment For The Glutes- Here’s How To Spice It Up

Throughout the fitness world, everything is all about the glutes. How to make them bigger, tighter, rounder you get my drift. There are so many instructors, advertisers, content creators, and trainers telling everyone that you have to buy this, eat that, and work out a specific way to grow your glutes properly, and it may feel overwhelming. I do not deny that what they say isn’t true, but at the end of the day, it’s your journey, and you get to choose how you want to embark on it.

Below is a list of equipment that can aid in the process of building your glute muscles. Although they are not essential to buy by any means; if purchased, they will significantly push you past your limits and encourage you to get out of your comfort zone.

Glute Bench

Glute benches are a great tool to invest in if you want to tone and plump up that booty! It can be utilized in multiple creative ways. Additionally, it’s excellent for performing exercises like hip thrusts, lunges, high jumps, and more. The bench can be implemented differently based on your workout by adding weights and resistance bands. Not only can you use it for your glutes, but really for any part of your body. There are no restrictions on how you can use this bench. The price is relatively affordable, depending on the brand you purchase it from. It usually ranges from $150-$200.

Resistance Bands

Resistance bands will revolutionize your workouts. They force your glutes to work extra hard, causing them to grow faster and bigger. It achieves this by activating the dormant muscles within your hips and bringing results into existence. Many people use resistance bands while doing hip thrusts, fire hydrants, donkey kicks, squats, and more. There are three levels of resistance—light, medium, and heavy. Light has a tensile strength of 14-25 lbs. Medium is 25-35 lbs, and heavy is 40-50 lbs. They’re super affordable, accessible, portable, and lightweight. It’s a perfect travel exercise tool as well and the price mostly ranges from $15-$20.


Dumbbells And Kettlebells

Dumbbells and kettlebells will add an extra push to those booty exercises. Many content creators on YouTube and Instagram have developed exercises solely based around kettlebells and dumbbells. If you’re a beginner, I would recommend using lighter weights and as you gradually gain strength, move onto heavier weights. Use them while doing squats, deadlifts, lunges, hip thrusts, curtsy lunges, and many more! Price $15-$20.


Fitness Step

Increasing your height and elevation is crucial for some exercises. Fitness steps are mainly used in aerobic classes to increase endurance. The added vertical height will enhance and amplify your results. You can apply any exercise to it such as lunges or jumps and add weights along with those. You get to choose how you want to utilize and implement it into your workout. You can increase and decrease the height as well.

Ankle Weights

Ankle weights will ensure that your glutes will continue to grow as they get stronger. It’s an efficient but simple way to target and add resistance right where it’s needed. They’re adjustable and come in a various amount of pounds. A bonus is that they can be used on your wrists and are great for engaging your abdominal muscles during core workouts.

Booty Booster

Booty boosters will transform your workouts as a whole. They are one of the most effective tools to use for a home workout. It’s a type of resistance band that has straps that wrap around your feet and hands. The strap on your hand gives you more control over your body’s movements. It will firm and sculpt your glutes, as well as enhance your curves in no time! It adds extra resistance and tension to exercises like fire hydrants, kickbacks, donkey kicks, rainbows, side kick-outs, and more.

Balance Trainer

Balance trainers will force you to engage your core, stabilize your hips, glutes, ankles, and the dormant muscles within your hips. It’s great practice for control, stability, and will get all those muscles fired up. Whether you use it on the hard or squishy surface is completely up to you. Price= $130-$180

Climbing cardio Machine

Want to get a cardio and glute workout done at the same time? Well then the climbing body cardio machine is exactly what you need! The only resistance is your body weight. This machine will help you understand the different muscle groups and how your body functions. It’s similar to machines that are available at gyms. The only difference is that they’re smaller and easier to store.

Uneasy Bounce Trainer

This device attaches to your hips and feet with an elastic rope. The high-quality elastic rope adds tension, which creates resistance to most leg or glute related workouts like squats, lunges, etc. It’s effortless to store, portable, small, easy to travel with, and cheap considering how effective it is!

Foam Roller

After all the hard work, it’s now time to relax, recover, and cool down. Many people forgot how important it is to relieve your tense muscles. Especially with glute workouts, you don’t want your muscles to tighten too much or else they’ll look compressed, small, and uncomfortable. Foam rolling is a self-myofascial massage technique used to relieve soreness, inflammation, and muscle tightness. It is vital to use the foam roll after every workout to increase your blood flow and joint range of motion.

Time To Build Those Glutes!

To wrap everything up, building your glutes is a long term process that takes dedication and consistency. The equipment I mentioned above will motivate and aid you in activating all your muscles groups. This will tone, plump, and grow your booty, which will give you immediate results! I hope that you can use these tips as a guide to achieving your fitness goals!

3 thoughts on “Exercise Equipment For The Glutes- Here’s How To Spice It Up

  1. Habib says:

    After reading your post, I think I need to seriously think about building my glutes, which are at zero level at the moment, lol.

    The equipment you’ve mentioned here look amazing and highly effective for exercise for glutes.

    The balance training is something I need anyway.

    Thank you for sharing this highly useful post with us all, so we all can benefit this.

    All the best

    1. Aminah says:

      No problem at all! It’s totally fine that you’re at a zero level (in your words lol) with your glutes. Everyone has to start somewhere and this blog was just the beginning. the equipment I mentioned aren’t required by any means to grow your glutes, but will greatly benefit and steer you in the right direction!

  2. Saabreen says:

    Great post! I’ll definitely be looking into these products!


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