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It seems to be all about the bum these days. However, if you aren’t blessed enough to have been born with a behind quite like Khloe Kardashian there is hope for you.

Schedule these exercises into your fitness regime and your bum will be the perkiest it can be:

Lunges are easy enough to do and you can do them while watching Corrie. Stand with your feet about shoulder-width apart. Take one step forward and bend your back leg like you are going to kneel down. Come back to fully standing by pushing your stretched leg until you are standing upright. Do two sets of 10 on each leg.

These are particularly easy to do and you can even do them while waiting in a queue – don’t blame us if you get a few stares though. Stand with your legs apart, feet flat on the ground. Lower your bum so that your legs are at a 90° angle. Stick your bum out and make sure your back is straight at all times. Repeat 10 times.

This is a great way to make use of your stairs but you can take it outside if it is nice out. Simply run up and down until you can’t run no more. And then go for another one.

When toning your body, you need to push yourself when you don’t think you can do another. 


If you are a fan of really high heels you would do well to do some exercises that will strengthen your legs so that you don’t end up falling on your ear.

You have no excuse, even if you’re not a fan of the gym, because you can do these at home!

Calf raise
This is great for giving you strong calves to help keep your balance when strutting your stuff. Simply stand flat on the ground and then gently raise the heel of your foot up until you are standing on the ball of your foot. Do 10 sets and repeat. The more times you do it the more reps you can do.

Ankle twists
Loosen up your ankle and avoid tearing your ligaments with the ankle twist. Simply sit on the floor, lean back on your hands, bring your knees up and raise one foot at a time. With your foot in the air, spell out your name with your foot 10 times and repeat on the other foot.

Foot roll
This is great for loosening up the bottom of the feet which can get tight from wearing heels too long. Simply grab a rolling pin and lay it on the floor. Stand with your two feet flat on the ground. Lift one foot and put it on the rolling pin. Roll the bottom of your foot along the pin to massage it.

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