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The Tone It Up Girls Share 5 Exercises for a Tight, Toned, and Lifted Butt

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These top-tier booty moves are all you need to hit every angle of your backside. Work them into your regular routine and we guarantee you'll be pleased with the results.


When it comes to butt exercises that tone, tighten, lift, sculpt, strengthen-okay, you get it-it doesn't get much better than the dynamic Tone It Up duo. The girls are big fans of butt exercises, and not only because strengthening your glutes can stabilize your body and prevent injury. Glutes make up the largest muscle group in the body, so when you work on them you'll burn major calories even long after the sweat is wiped off.






Here, Katrina and Karena show you how to perform some of their all-time favorite butt exercises that will make you feel crazy-confident in everything from skinny jeans to bathing suits.
The best part: These 5 moves are all you need to hit every angle of your butt.
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Yoga Poses That Boost Fertility and Help Prepare Your Body for Pregnancy

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Got baby on the brain? These yoga poses will help you relax (which boosts fertility!) while prepping your body for the next few months ahead.

Channel your inner goddess with her namesake pose. This one helps build strength and flexibility in the hips and pelvis, which are needed for childbirth. From a standing position, step feet wide and turn toes out. Sink hips and bend knees until they are directly over ankles. Lengthen tailbone down. Frame face with arms, keeping shoulders relaxed away from ears. "Cactus" the arms, bending elbows, making upper arms parallel to the ground and making a 90-degree angle with arms. Breathe here for 5 to 10 deep breaths.

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Wide Knees Child's Pose


Your inner child will feel nurtured in this gentle hip and back opener that allows your belly to relax the way it will need to for a pregnancy. Kneel with knees wide enough apart for your torso to fit between your thighs, and crawl hands forward. Keeping arms long and in front of you, a…