I’m Fit & Happy specializes in how to tone your butt!

I’m Fit & Happy workouts challenge the muscles in a way that targets all functions of each muscle. The workouts are designed in a way to effectively tighten, tone, and strengthen each muscle. We focus on performing key exercises in a specific order, with the perfect amount of repetitions while engaging the core to help stabilize the pelvis and spine. Our workouts are very effective and extremely time efficient. Imagine getting a complete workout in just 10 minutes!

Try this glute workout every other day for 2 weeks to experience incredible results! Our butt workout video will show you how to tone your butt while also targeting your core.



Learn more about the gluteal muscles and how to tone your butt

Gluteus Maximus– This muscle is the most posterior of all three gluteus muscles and also the largest. The muscle fibers run diagonally across the butt. The Gluteus Maximus is contracted when you extend the hip (pull the leg back behind the body), laterally rotate the hip (external rotation), or abduct the hip (lift the leg to the side away from the body).

Gluteus Medius- This muscle is on the lateral side of the hip. The posterior portion of the Gluteus Medius extends the hip (pulls the leg back behind the body) and laterally rotates the hip (external rotation). This portion of the Medius is located under the Gluteus Maximus. The anterior fibers of the Gluteus Medius flex the hip (lift the knee) and medially rotate the hip (internal rotation). All fibers in the Gluteus Medius abduct the hip (lift the leg to the side away from the body)

Gluteus Minimus- This muscle is located under the Gluteus Medius. The Gluteus Minimus performs the opposite functions of the Gluteus Maximus. It is responsible for medially rotating the hip (internal rotation) and flexing the hip (lifting the knee). It also helps with abduction (lift the leg to the side away from the body).

By targeting the Gluteus Maximus, Medius, and Minimus, and exhausting both the larger and smaller muscle groups, we tighten, tone, and lift the butt. Performing our glute workout, which breaks down the muscle tissue and works toward fatigue, will show you how to tone your butt and give you the butt you have always dreamed of.

Disclaimer: Please check with your doctor and have it cleared before beginning any new exercise or diet program.  I am not a doctor or registered dietician, my blog is opinion based and I do not claim to diagnose, treat, or cure any cause, condition or disease. All information provided is for informational purposes only; it is not medical advice and has not been approved by the FTC or FDA. Please always communicate with your doctor to make any decisions or changes regarding your health, as your doctor is the only one who knows what is right for you.


About The Author

Working as a personal trainer and group fitness/ Pilates instructor in Los Angeles has been a dream come true. With 20 years of dance background, and graduating from college as captain of my dance team ranked #1 in the country, I was inspired to get into Fitness as a career and moved on my own from Maryland to California. I now have more than a decade of experience in fitness and a strong list of qualifications and certifications. I’m an NASM certified personal trainer (National Academy of Sports Medicine), Certified Primal Blueprint Expert (Primal/ Paleo/ Ancestral Health, Lifestyle, Nutrition, & Fitness Expert) and Certified in Classical-Progressive Pilates Reformer, Chair, Cadillac and Mat from Pilates Sports Center. I’m also certified in several barre workouts, pre and postnatal fitness, and a specialist in Heart Rate Performance. I’ve helped people of all ages and levels, including Hollywood celebrities, pre and post-natal mommies, and pro athletes reach their health and fitness goals. I love to teach a challenging, fun, intense workout while I focus a lot on form and mind/ body connection. I’m confident that you and I will make a great team!

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