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Are you working out in hopes of a better backside? The Doctors senior investigative producer Leslie Marcus shares 3 products that may help your peach perk!
We've all heard how squats can help tone the butt, but Leslie says that hip thrusts are even better and can help tone your upper and lower glutes. In order to work on this area at home, she recommends the BootySprout, a device that helps tone your glutes with resistance bands, which come in a variety of weights. She likes how the workout accessory can be easily stored when not in use.
If you're not a fan of using rubber resistance bands, because they can often move around and also dig into your skin, Leslie has a solution. She suggests switching to fabric resistance bands, which can be used at home or at the gym. She likes that they stay in place, feel very comfortable on the skin, and will not lose their shape.
Do you have trouble using some of the weight machines at the gym, especially for your leg workout? Leslies suggest using an accessory from IPR Fitness, which is a strap that attaches to your ankle when working the glutes, hamstrings, inner thighs, calves, and abs. She suggests using when working out on a cable machine for an easier and more effective workout.
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