Target your adductors by doing pull-ups while holding a lightweight plate between your feet, an expert suggests. You’ll force your abs and adductors to engage as you work your back, shoulders and arms.
Extending your range of motion while doing lunges to make your muscles work harder.
Deadlifts and squats are great for your glutes. But if your knees cave in towards each other, you’re working out your back more than your butt, says an expert. The solution: Grab the floor with your feet, as if you’re trying to twist through the outsides of your shoes. That helps you keep your knees out and your glutes working.
Try the bench bridge, which works your calves not in isolation, but in conjunction with your hamstrings and glutes, says an expert. Lie on your back, with the balls of your feet on the edge of a bench and your knees slightly bent. Lift your hips. You should feel it from your calves through to your glutes. Lower your hips and repeat the move for as long as you can.