30 Min GLUTE & OUTER THIGH WORKOUT at Home with Band



This 30 minute workout will focus on targeting, isolating and activating the glute medius and glute minimus. These exercises are perfect for a beginner to glute activation exercises and for those not new, these are a great warm up, a main workout or burnout to finish!

The hip abductors are important glute exercises and sometimes overlooked, however they contribute to ability to walk, stand and rotate legs.

For this at home glute workout, all you need is a band and a mat. You can use any small mini band or if you have a larger resistance band simply double it up!

With the glutes band work, really push this by widening as far apart those knees. And in the squats, knees out when coming down and rising up!

LYING ABDUCTION
LYING ABDUCTION PULSES
LYING ABDUCTION HOLD
ABDUCTION UP & DOWN
BRIDGE ABDUCTION
BRIDGE ABDUCTION PULSES
BRIDGE ABDUCTION HOLD
LYING ABDUCTION TO BRIDGE ABDUCTION
ON HANDS ABDUCTION
ON HANDS ABDUCTION PULSES
ON HANDS ABDUCTION HOLD
DONKEY KICK
DONKEY KICK PULSE
DONKEY KICK HOLD
DONKEY KICK
DONKEY KICK PULSE
DONKEY KICK HOLD
HOVER ABDUCTION
STRAIGHT LEG LIFT
LIFT TO REAR
LEG LIFT PULSE
LEG LIFT HOLD
STRAIGHT LEG LIFT
LIFT TO REAR
LEG LIFT PULSE
LEG LIFT HOLD
SLOW SQUATS (push knees out)
SQUAT PULSES push knees out)
CROSS OVER
CROSS OVER

I hope you enjoy this mini band workout! I feel a serious burn!!

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If you are new to exercise or planning on embarking on a new fitness programme, you should consult your physician.
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