Kim Kardashian’s Post-Pregnancy Home Butt Workouts

Kim Kardashian’s Post-Pregnancy Home Butt Workouts - Are you looking for ways to do some home butt workouts to lift your saggy butt? The home butt workouts I’m going to show you today are going to be very low impact and you can do them at home with me right now. Read on to find out more.
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Are you looking for ways to do some home butt workouts to lift your saggy butt?


If you do, this is a Video HERE for you to learn some home butt workouts


The home butt workouts I’m going to show you today are going to focus on the butt. They’re going to be very low impact and you can do them at home with me right now.


For the first exercise, we’re going to use a chair. It’s going to be a “supported squat.”

By balancing with a chair, make your legs wider than hips distance apart and your toes can point out. Take a deep breath in and when you exhale you’re just going to sit back just like you’re sitting down into a chair and then, come right back up.


So, we’re going to do this twenty times and every time you do it, squeeze the butt at the top to get that firm, lifted butt. Make sure that your spine is straight, your heart is lifted, and you’re really targeting in to those butt muscles.


We’re using the chair to make sure that we’re not putting too much pressure on our legs, on our pelvic muscles or the pelvic bones. We’re slowly just squatting down and coming up.


If you’re really focusing in on those butt muscles, it doesn’t take a lot to really get good results.


Squats are GREAT for getting a nice, round, FIRM butt just like that butt Kim Kardashian is famous for.


You don’t have to leave your home to get a good workout. You don’t even need a chair, you can use the wall. Or if you feel safe enough to let go of the chair, you can also put your hands on your hips.


But, if you’re recovering from a pregnancy, you want to take it really slow and you don’t want to go too fast.


Squeeze the butt together every time you come up. This is what’s going to give you a sculpted, round butt.


For the next exercise we’re also going to use the chair to do “kick backs.”

We’re going to do 1 leg at a time for ten kicks to the back.

Engage your core and use your butt muscle to lift that back leg. Keep your leg as straight as possible.


Now, we’re going to use that same leg and kick out to the side for ten. So, instead of alternating the legs, we’re isolating the same leg and on that same butt muscle.


This is going to get you more results in HALF the time.

You just want to get your workout over with when you have a new baby at home. You definitely don’t want to spend a lot of time working on your butt, that’s why you want to do these effective moves really fast.


All right. Now, let’s do it on the left side. Ten kick backs.

Make sure you’re keeping your spine lifted and your heart is lifted up. Make sure you’re breathing.

Keep that butt muscle engaged the whole time. You’re really sculpting while you’re chiseling away at that butt fat.


Now, on the left leg we’re going to do sidekicks. Kicking up and down.

Never go too far because you don’t want to put too much pressure on those pelvic muscles especially after a pregnancy. Your body has been through a lot and you want to be really gentle with yourself.


And what’s great about these home butt workouts is that they’re gentle, but also very effective.


For the next exercise, have a towel around you or anything that’s going to be comfortable for your knees. We’re going to come down onto the floor.

These are going to be “butt pulses” where you place your palms on the ground, making sure your knees are evenly distributed all the way.


Then you’re just going to lift that right leg up like you’re putting footprints on the ceiling.

We’re going to do ten of these. Again, we’re not putting any pressure on the abdominal area because the walls of the abdominal area are pretty weak right now. We’re really targeting the butt.

You can feel it starting to burn fat. That’s a good thing.


Do the left side. Put those footprints on the ceiling. You can feel that left glut muscle really starting to work right now.

It’s burning. But the good news is that you don’t have to do it for very long in order to get really great results.


You can place the towel down in order to support your back. Setting up for bridge pose, your feet are hips distance apart and your hands are palm flat on the floor. You’re going to lift your hips up and down.


We’re going to pulse for ten and every time you squeeze your butt cheeks together. This is going to really give you a nice, firm butt.

You want to get rid of the cellulite and all that extra fat that women hold while they’re in pregnancy.


We’re training our butt muscles to be tight and lean while we’re burning off that butt fat. The higher you lift your hips, the more you are engaging those butt muscles.


Think about how you want to sculpt your butt. This is where you envision your best butt you can imagine. Just when you think you want to give up, keep going.


Kim Kardashian works hard for that butt and I know she’s going to be getting her butt back in no time because she knows what it takes. Just a little bit of attention.


Now, we’re going to lift one leg and up and down for ten. This is where we’re isolating into that butt muscle. Feel the burn, that’s a good thing. Keep it going. Now, let’s go for the other side with the left leg. Squeeze the butt.


This is what separates you from every other woman who says they want a great butt.


Well, you are actually creating it right now. Chisel that butt, drop that butt fat. Go ahead and squeeze your knees up to your chest.

That was a home exercise.


You can do what Kim Kardashian can do to get the best butt of her life even before she had a baby.

Do these home butt workouts and you too will see the best butt of your life!


By Andrea Albright, she is an exercise specialist, fitness and weight loss expert and creator of the My Bikini Butt program. This is a step-by-step guide for losing weight while shaping and toning the lower body trouble areas like your legs, butt, hips and thighs.


This program can significantly reduce cellulite and is designed to work in just 28 days without starvation diets, giving up your favourite foods, or killing yourself at the gym.


To find out more about this program, click on My Bikini Butt


10 Remarkably Awesome Exercises for Pinched Nerves Here


10 Remarkably Awesome Exercises for Pinched Nerves Here - Here are a few shoulder and back exercises for pinched nerves that can help to relieve pain and speed up recovery from a pinched nerve.
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Have you ever experienced a pinched nerve? If so, you know that it can be an annoying and very painful condition to deal with.


A pinched nerve occurs when too much pressure applied to a nerve by surrounding tissues, bones, cartilage, muscles or tendons pressures and disrupts the nerve’s function.


One of the best ways to relieve the pain is through simple exercise. Exercises that help strengthen the damaged area have proven to be very successful. Not only do they relieve pain and help heal the damaged nerve, but they also help prevent the injury from recurring.


When you have a pinched nerve it causes symptoms not only at the site of damage, but potentially anywhere further down the affected nerve’s path.


Common symptoms of a pinched nerve include stiffness, weakness, tenderness, burning sensation, a prickly sensation, and stabbing sensation. Plus, all of these factors increase your risk of a pinched nerve:


Obesity – Excess weight can add pressure to nerves.


Heredity – Some people may be genetically predisposed to developing pinched nerves.


Posture –Poor Posture adds pressure to your spine and nerves.


Rheumatoid arthritis – Inflammation caused by rheumatoid arthritis can compress nerves.


Bone spurs – Can stiffen the spine and narrow the space where your nerves travel.


Overuse – Repetitive hand, wrist or shoulder movements can lead to pinched nerves.




These shoulder and back exercises for pinched nerves can help relieve pain and speed up recovery from a pinched nerve.


Back Exercises for Pinched Nerves


#1 Side Bends – Start in a standing position with your hands on your hips. Be sure to maintain straight posture. Gently stretch your lower back by leaning to both sides of the body. Perform five side bends towards each side of your body.


#2 Twist – Start in a sitting position while placing the legs at shoulder width. Placing your left hand on your right knee and pull your body forward to gently stretch your back muscles. Hold for five seconds then repeat on the opposite side.


#3 Hamstring Stretch – Start in a sitting position. Lean forward and attempt to touch your toes. You should feel a gentle stretch in your hamstrings. Hold for ten seconds then sit up straight. Repeat five times.


Shoulder Exercises for Pinched Nerves
#4 Chin Extension – Sit on a chair and interlace the fingers on both hands. Place them behind your head. Move your chin in a downward direction and to the right side simultaneously. Hold the position for 15 seconds, before looking forward again. Repeat on your left side. Perform the exercise five times in each direction.


#5 Shoulder Shrugs – Perform in a standing position. Keeping both arms at your sides, shrug your shoulders backwards in a rotating motion. Return to the original position in a similar movement from the opposite direction. Perform a set of 15. Take a 30 seconds break between each set.


#6 Bench Press with Broom – Perform this exercise lying down. Lie on your back while holding a broom across your body with both hands at shoulder width. Press the broom pressed upwards until your elbows become straight. Repeat the exercise 15 times with 30 second breaks between each set.


Other Exercises for Pinched Nerves
#7 Aerobic Exercise – Aerobic exercise such as walking, cycling and swimming reduce the pain and discomfort associated with a pinched nerve by increasing your blood circulation and delivering oxygen and nutrients to the damaged nerve, which facilitates healing.


#8 Pilates – Pilates is excellent for balancing muscle development, building a strong core, and reinforcing good posture. Its low impact is a perfect choice for exercising to relieve pain from pinched nerves and minimize risk of re-injury.


#9 Yoga – Yoga combines classic poses, controlled breathing, and deep relaxation to condition and strengthen your body regardless of your current flexibility or other physical limitations.


#10 Water Exercises – Simply moving around in water helps loosen and limber up your body while offering it support you wouldn’t normally get on dry land. For some specific suggestions, watch this short video on water exercises for back pain.


Watch this Video HERE for other exercises for pinched nerves.


Muscle Balance Therapy
While all of these exercises can help relieve pain from a pinched nerve, if you want to prevent its recurrence you must address the leading cause of all back pain, and much of the pain elsewhere in your body: muscle imbalances.


Muscle balance therapy is a systematic approach for identifying the specific muscle imbalances behind your pain. It then gives you targeted exercises to strengthen your underworked, weak muscles and targeted stretches to loosen up those tight, overworked muscles.


For more tips and exercise techniques for pinched nerve pain,

back pain, and virtually any other kind of pain, visit this site – Healthy Back Institute.


By Jesse Cannone – Creator of the International Best-Selling Back Pain Treatment Program “Lose the Back Pain System” and Best-Selling Book “The 7 Day Back Pain Cure”


Unlike most treatments which only deliver temporary relief, if any at all, muscle balance therapy delivers lasting relief to 8 out of 10 people who use it because it addresses the underlying cause of the pain, not just the symptoms.

If you are suffering from any type of back pain, neck pain or sciatica, I urge you to learn more about this breakthrough new treatment. Click HERE to learn more