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Are You Working Towards A Better Booty? Try These Bosu Ball Workouts

By David Saunders | UPDATED: 10:28, 17 March 2020

Celebrities from around the world seek the advice of the handsome and ripped vegan trainer Kollins Ezekh

Kollins a born leader of the fitness world, born in Russia and raised in Thailand the personal life coach, is extremely competent and well-versed within his discipline.

Kollins Ezekh

So it’s no wonder at all he was tapped up by Floyd Mayweather to help establish one of the fastest growing gym franchises in America. With Ezekh at the helm, the Mayweather boxing franchise has since grown from one location to over a 100+

The charismatic yet informative mentor, produces fitness content for all especially those short on time, the following exercises are from Kollins Ezekh and are super beneficial if you want to get a better derrière!

Bosu Ball Side Squat –  This exercise works your inner thighs, glutes, and quads. Keep your chest up and your feet shoulder width apart or wider.

Reverse Split Squat – This move works the quad and the glute. Make sure your front knee doesn’t pass your toes. Keep your hands on your waist.

Side Lunge – Side lunges with a Bosu ball target primarily the inner thighs. The main thing to focus on is standing at a comfortable distance away from the Bosu ball.

Glute Bridge – This exercise targets your core and glutes. Place your hands on the floor on the sides of your body. Drive your hips as high up as you can and squeeze your glutes for two seconds when you get to the top.

Single Leg Glute Bridge – This works on your hamstrings and glutes. Keep your core tight as you drive up and push force up through your heel.

Bosu Ball Side Kick – This focuses on the upper and side parts of your glutes, AKA the gluteus minimus and gluteus maximus. While balancing yourself on your knee and both hands, and keeping your core tight, extend your leg all the way straight as you bring it to the side.

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