Jen Selter Exercises For Stunning Butt


Jen Selter Wednesday Booty Workout

The Jen Selter Wednesday Booty workout is similar to Monday’s workout. The difference is that you do it in circuit format. This means you do on exercise of each once, then move onto the next exercise. When you’re done doing them all once, you repeat 3 times.

Exercise Sets Reps Rest Notes
Knee Ups 1 minute 30 secs As fast as you can
Wide Dumbbell Squats 1 20 30 secs toes pointed outward
Walking Lunges 1 20 30 secs Weighted, 20 each leg
Bench Step Ups 1 20 30 secs With weights, 20 each leg
Hip Thrusters 1 30 30 secs (no weight to start)
Wide Dumbbell Squats 1 20 30 secs toes pointed outward
Donkey Kicks 1 30 30 secs per leg
Jumping Jacks 1 50 30 secs

After you’re done with one set. Rest one minute. Then, repeat the circuit 3 times! Finish with cardio for 30-40 minutes. Jen says that she often does the StairMaster with Glute Kickbacks: The stairmaster is my favorite cardio machine. It is a great way to work out your butt, your thighs and also gives you a great cardio workout! I usually do 20 to 30 minutes 4 times a week. While you are on the stairmaster you could skip stairs to give yourself more of a challenge. I like to also include glute kickbacks after each step to really work my butt!

When she’s done with 20-30 minutes on the StairMaster, Jen often uses a different machine. Her goal is to do 30-40 minutes of cardio per day. So she’ll often finish on the treadmill, spinner or elliptical. It’s also good to stretch post-workout. This gets blood flowing back into your legs and butt for recovery and flexibility.

Jen Selter shows you how to do some of her favorite squats, and reminds you to squeeze your glutes on the way up. This helps work your butt. By focusing on those muscles, she’s able to shape them perfectly.Jen-Selter-operasiy

Jen Selter Thursday Quick Butt Workout

Some days you don’t have time to make it to the gym. The Jen Selter Thursday Quick Butt workout is the answer. It is an at-home workout that can be achieved through the following:

  • 20x full squat reps
  • 30 sec squat hold
  • 20x squat hold pulse reps
  • 20 sec Rest
  • Repeat circuit (all 3 exercises) 3 more times.

If you have more time, then here’s another Thursday workout that Jen Selter put up on Facebook:

Exercise Sets Reps Rest Notes
Knee Ups 1 minute 30 secs As fast as you can
Wide Dumbbell Squats 1 40 30 secs toes pointed outward
Walking Lunges 1 30 30 secs Weighted, 20 each leg
Jump Squats 1 20 30 secs With weights, 20 each leg
Side Lunges 1 30 30 secs (no weight to start)
Hip Bridges 1 30 30 secs toes pointed outward

After you’re done with one set. Rest one minute. Then, repeat the circuit 3 times! Jen says that you need to transform working out into a positive habit:

Making anything a habit from exercise to eating right is a matter of wanting something bad enough. One strategy for acquiring a new habit is to imagine the benefits of that habit. In the case of exercise, picture yourself in great shape. Find your goal body and look at it everyday! This should help inspire and motivate you.