There are many ways to work the glutes. This page has a simple glute workout that uses 3 glute exercises.
You can do the following glute workout in 2 ways.
You can do straight sets or circuit fashion. Straight sets simple mean that you perform one exercise at a time for 2-3 sets before moving on to the next exercise. Whereas, a circuit involves moving from one exercise to the next with little rest in between.
Below are the 3 exercises for this workout so try both ways and stick with the one you like the best.
You can click on the picture to learn more about the exercise.
Glute Exercise #1: 1 Leg Bridges
The first exercise in the workout is 1 leg bridges. One leg bridges are a great way to work the glutes and get them fatigued before the next 2 exercises.
Perform 8-15 on each leg.
Glute Exercise #2: Plie Squats
The second exercise is plie squats. When you take a wider stance and turn your feet out to the side, more emphasis is placed on the glutes.
The plie squat also works the entire thigh (inner thigh, quads on the front and hamstrings on the back).
Perform 8-15 repetitions.
Glute Exercise #3: Step Ups
Step ups are a great exercise for the glutes, and the higher the step the more the glutes will work.
Perform 5-10 reps on each leg.
Remember you can do this workout in 2 ways. You can focus on one exercise at a time for 2-3 sets each before moving on the next exercise, or you can do them in circuit fashion.
If you don't like all of those exercises, choose different glute exercises that you like and construct your own workout.
Yours in Health,