The Jen Selter Butt Workout: 7 Moves for a Perky Butt

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Jen Selter arguably has the most famous butt on Instagram, accruing a following of over three million. Here, you will find her seven favorite moves that will help you get a perkier and rounder butt.

This Jen Selter butt workout focuses mostly on the upper legs, the butt (of course!) and the core and abs.It includes exercises that tone and lean and avoid bulking. Incorporate some of Jen’s butt exercises into your workout or just do this butt workout as it is once or twice a week.   

Jen Selter Butt

The Jen Selter Butt Workout will tone, tighten and shape your booty.

 

Jen Selter’s Keys to a Perky Butt

  1. Squeeze your butt muscles during the whole exercise and hold at the most difficult position for a few seconds.
  2. Use weights whenever you can for added resistance. You’ll feel a bigger burn and build more muscle.
  3. Keep the workouts challenging and change them up.

Warm-up

Before starting the Jen Selter butt workout in the weight room, do some cardio. Jen uses stair stepper to get the heart rate up and activate the glutes. Warm up for 10 minutes.

Jen Selter on Stairs

1) Squat Pulses

Jen Selter Squat

Always squeeze your butt on the way up.

  • 3 sets 
  • 20 reps

Squat Pulses

  1. Place your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart with your knees and toes pointed outward.
  2. Keeping your abs tightly drawn in, slowly descend by bending at your knees and hips in a squatting motion.
  3. Continue to slowly lower yourself as far as you can control without letting your body shift towards your toes.
  4. Once in the downward position and as far as you can go down, start the pulses.
  5. Rise up and descend no more than about 6 inches, repeating this motion 10-15 times.

Try also: Bodyweight Wall SquatDumbbell SquatExercise Ball Wall Squat.

2) Bench Lunges

Find a chair or a bench and grab a pair of dumbbells. 

  • Sets: 4
  • Reps: 15 per leg

Jen Selter Lunges

  • Start off setting up a flat bench vertically.
  • Place one foot on it while you plant your other leg firmly on the floor.
  • Bend both legs as you go down into a squat. 

Try also: Bodyweight Walking LungeExercise Ball Traveling Lunge

3) Glute Kickbacks

Jen Selter Donkey Kicks

When doing Glute Kickbacks, squeeze your glutes at the top of the movement and keep your knee off the ground when returning back to the starting position to maintain tension.

  • Sets: 4
  • Reps: 15 per leg

Glute Kickbacks

  1. To begin this exercise; start off with your knees on the floor in a kneeling push-up position.
  2. Raise your right leg until your hamstrings are parallel with your back maintaining the 90-degree level squeezing your glutes throughout the movement.
  3. Hold this position for a few seconds and return back to the starting position followed by alternating the exercises with the other leg.

5) Fire Hydrant

Fire Hydrant Exercise

This exercise targets the glutes from a different angle and helps to form a rounder butt.

  • Sets: 3
  • Reps: 20 per leg 

Jen Selter's Fire Hydrant

  1. Get down on all four, keeping your working-side foot flexed and knee bent.
  2. Open your right leg out to your side until your inner thigh is parallel with the floor.
  3. Contract your abs and squeeze glutes on top.
  4. Keep your knee off the ground when returning back to the starting position to maintain tension.

6) Squat Kicks

  • Sets: 3
  • Reps 10 per leg

Squat Side Kicks

  1. Place your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart with your knees and toes pointed outward.
  2. Keeping your abs tightly drawn in, slowly descend by bending at your knees and hips in a squatting motion.
  3. Continue to slowly lower yourself as far as you can control without letting your body shift towards your toes.
  4. When you reach starting position, lift your left leg as high as you can directly to the side of you. Then lower it back with control.

7) Chair Kicks

Jen Selter Back Kick

  • Sets: 3
  • Reps 20 per leg

Chair Backkicks

  1. Put a chair in front of you. Grab the back of the seat with both hands for balance.
  2. Lean forward slightly and raise your right leg directly behind you as high as you can, keeping your knee straight but not locked. Squeeze the glutes on top. 
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