This is how you get a supermodel bum

Want a perky, toned bum? Of course you do! And with summer right around the corner (hello, cheeky bum bikinis!), what better excuse to try this simple three exercise circuit to tone your derrière.

My top three exercises for a toned bum

Do as many reps as you can in 30 seconds, rest for 30 seconds, repeat each exercise 4 times

Walking lunge

  1. Walking lunges

Take a long stride forward so that your whole front foot remains flat on the floor and you are on the toes of your rear foot. Bring your rear foot forward in a walking motion and advance to the next lunge. You should feel your front leg doing all the work.

Latteral bounds, Bianca Cheah

2. Ice skaters

Stand on one leg, bend your knee and hip, keeping your center of gravity low. Jump to the side landing in the same position. To increase demand reach down low with the opposite hand to leg you are standing on.

Bridge pose

3. Glute Bridges

Lie on your back, legs bent and your feet flat on the floor. Push your hips up towards the ceiling, lower yourself down and lightly touch the floor. You can do this exercise one leg at a time to increase demand.

 

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Greg has made it his fight to bring professionalism back to exercise. With a university degree in Human Movement and working with elite level athletes, Greg’s knowledge and experience is leading the way. Greg is the founder of Better Being, Australia’s only team of university qualified personal trainers delivering health solutions that suit your busy corporate life. Today, Greg continues to support the health and wellbeing of corporate executives and celebrities. He also educates trainers and regularly contributes to national publications and TV shows including Men’s Health, Sky Business and The Morning Show. Greg was awarded the 2011 Australian Exercise Professional of the Year finalist and is a proud ambassador for lululemon athletica. He has also established a charity, Active Kids, which aims to overcome childhood obesity and physical inactivity in Australia. Greg’s passion is to create ways to inspire, educate and motivate people to build a happy and healthy life.