Get Fit With Pia Lamberg- Resistance Booty Band Workout

Get Fit With Pia Lamberg- Resistance Booty Band Workout

Want to get fit but don't have much time? Here's a workout you can literally do between replying emails and still get real results!

This workout, created by Ajna Ambassador and certified personal trainer, Pia Lamberg, utilises our bestselling booty resistance bands to help you sculpt, tone, and burn, in less time than ever! 

Follow along with Pia in the video above, or keep reading for written instructions.

 

WHAT ARE AJNA WELLBEING RESISTANCE BANDS?

Ajna Wellbeing's booty bands bring a bit of fun and style to your workout, in cute leopards print designs! Choose your level of resistance from the set of three- light, medium, and heavy and your set to go. Since they're made from thick, durable fabric, and a non slip backing, they're our preferred type of resistance bands. No more slipping, bunching, or pinching like other types!

For all of the exercises in this workout place the Ajna Wellbeing resistance band loop around your legs, just above your knees. Be sure to brace your abs and keep your chest open throughout the workout.

 

PIA LAMBERG'S AJNA BOOTY BAND WORKOUT

POP SQUAT

 

1) Stand with your feet hip-width apart and back upright. 

2) Jump into a squat position, taking the hips back and legs slightly wider than hip distance. As you do, touch one hand to the ground between your feet. 

3) Jump softly back into your starting position. 

4) Repeat touching the other hand to the ground.

 

 

SQUAT HOLD + KNEE ABDUCTION

 

1) Stand upright and keep your feet a little wider than shoulder-width apart so that you feel the tension in the band.

2) Sit your hips back into a squat as if sitting into a chair, keeping the weight in your heels and your knees directly aligned over your toes.

3) Staying in your squat position start to pulse the knees outward against the resistance of the booty band, then return them to their starting position, aligned over the toes.

Repeat the 10 knee pulses before moving on.

 

Get These Super Cute Booty Resistance Bands Here

LATERAL LEG LIFT

 

1) Stand with your feet hip-width apart.

2) Extend your right leg out directly top the side, and then

lift your leg off the ground, keeping your knee straight.

3) Lower the leg slowly back to your beginning position

4) Repeat 10 lifts with the right leg, then repeat with the left

 

NARROW TO WIDE SQUAT

 

1) Stand with your feet hip-width apart and back upright.

2) Sit your hips back into a squat position, keeping the back and chest lifted.

3) Return to stand and immediately step your right leg out into a wider stance. Repeat the squat here.

4) Step back to your starting position.

5) Repeat, alternating between stepping the right and left leg out.

 

Ajna's Booty Bands Come In A Set Of Three Resistance Levels

LUNGE + KNEE DRIVE

 

1) Stand with your feet hip-width apart.

2) Step your right leg back into a lunge position with both legs bent and your right knee hovering off the floor.

3) Drive through your left leg to stand and draw your right knee in towards your chest.

4) Step the right foot immediately back to your lunge position.

5) Repeat 10 times on the right, then change to the left.

 

 

 

LUNGE TO SQUAT

 

1) Stand with your feet hip-width apart.

2) Step your right leg back into a lunge position with both legs bent and your right knee hovering off the floor.

3) Step your right foot out to the side, coming into a squat position.

4) Keeping the knees bent take the left foot back into a lunge position.

5) Step your left foot out to the side, into a squat position.

6) Repeat alternating between right and left.

 

 

 

SQUAT PULSE

 

1) Stand with your feet hip-width apart and back upright.

2) Sit your hips back into a squat position, keeping the back and chest lifted.

3) Lower your hips a little deeper into the squat, then return to your initial squat position.

4) Repeat 10 pulses, before returning to stand.

 

 

Want More Booty Building Exercises? Read Our 'Top 9 Best Exercises For Booty Resistance Bands' Here.

 

Learn More About Pia On Her Website!

 



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