Walking with a stroller makes an excellent booty training
No matter what women think of their buttocks, men definitely notice them!
Walking settles a lower part in a good shape. The challenge is to firm and push up your buttocks even more.
If you’re not a fan of long training hours in a gym – use your walking time with the jogging stroller for an on-the-go workout for the buttocks.
Just push the stroller the right way to make your booty work:
- make larger steps
- uphill – push the stroller with straight arms
- downhill – bend your legs in the knees to get your butt muscles tense
Sounds too easy to be true?
It’s all about biomechanics: when pushing up&down hills – you’re naturally using a recline to work out your muscles. That’s Strollnetics – the On The Go Fitness technique with the stroller. All that’s needed is to hold the stroller the right way.
How to hold the stroller to make buttocks muscles work?
1.Make sure the stroller handle reaches the level of your waist – to ensure the right grip and focused load
2.Push the stroller using your buttocks muscles – not the entire body
3.Make sure the load is focused on the buttocks – keep yourself further from the stroller and pull your booty further back, pushing the stroller with straight arms.
30 minutes of walking for a total butt workout
Have you ever tried pushing the stroller uphill? Do you remember how hard it is?
Having pushed my 2 year old in the stroller to the 1194 feet Bergen’s Hill (took 40 minutes), I felt like I had just spent hours in the gym. On the other hand, walking in the city or on the sea coast in butt-toning bigger steps requires more than half an hour of workout to feel your butt has done the job.
Best surfaces for butt shaping walking
The rougher the surface the better it is for the butt!
Walk up and down any hill you can as this is the best exercise for shaping your butt and legs. If you happen to live near the sea (good if the coast is sandy), then walk on the soft sand: pushing the stroller in front of you with your arms straight has the same effect as walking up&down the hills.
Just to summarize – things that we need to train our butts:
- uneven surfaces
- straight arms
- tense muscles
- longer steps
- waist level handle