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Exercises to Build Strong Legs, Glutes, and Abs for a Perfect Fit in Your Jeans

Today, I want to introduce you to some incredible exercises that will strengthen your legs, glutes, and abs. These workouts will help you look better in your favorite jeans and feel great about putting them on. Let’s dive in!

Why Does Strength Training Aid in Enhancing the Lower Part of the Body?

Strength training is a fun and effective way to build muscle and tone your body. When you perform Leg, Butt, and Abdominal exercises, you gain muscle and shed fat in these specific areas. This process sculpts your lower body, making it well-toned and strong. Additionally, having strong muscles enables you to stand taller and feel more confident, giving you a bigger presence .


Squats are a powerful movement that benefits the lower body. They work your quads, hamstrings, glutes, and even your abs. Here’s how to do a proper squat 5sets of 8-10 reps.

• Stand with your feet slightly apart, about shoulder-width.
• Keep your upper body upright as you bend and twist at the waist.
• Lower your knees and hips as if you’re sitting back into a chair.
• Go down until your thighs are parallel to the floor.
• Straighten up from the seated position, pushing through your heels. 

Exercises to Build Strong Legs, Glutes, and Abs for a Perfect Fit in Your Jeans

Bulgarian Split Squats

To focus on each leg separately, try Bulgarian split squats. This exercise strengthens the lower limbs, especially the quads, hamstrings, and glutes, while improving balance Recommendations 4sets 8reps per leg. Here’s how to do it

•Stand a few feet from a bench or another stable surface.

•Place one foot on the bench behind you.

•Bend your front leg at the knee and lower your upper body until your front thigh is parallel to the ground.

•Push back up through your front heel to standing. 

bulgarian squats
Barbell Hip Thrust

Hip thrusts, it’s as simple as that, are meant to work your glutes.

• Stand in front of a bench and lean back against it, resting your upper back against the bench.
• Lie the barbell over the hips, although body weight can equally suffice for this purpose.
• Lower down your knees and ensure that you don’t raise your feet from the ground.
• Slide your heels towards the ground and follow it by pulling your head, torso, and legs up until your body creates a straight line extending from the shoulders to the knees.
• Return your hips to a parallel position with the ground.

Dumbbell RDL (Romanian Deadlift)

The Romanian deadlift using dumbbells mainly affects the hamstrings and the glutes. As a result, it has a positive impact on the development of the muscles and general outlook of your lower limbs. Here’s how to do it:


• Stand with your feet shoulder’s width apart, with a pair of dumbbells held in front of your thighs.
• Stand with your feet apart, slightly wider than shoulder width, and your knees bent very slightly.
• Bend at the hip and let the dumbbells drop down in front of your Legs.
• Try not to slouch and keep your abdomen muscles tensed.
• The starting position is resumed by pushing the heels to the ground surface.

Leg Press

The leg pres s can be categorised under machine exercises and is ideal as it mainly challenges the quadriceps, hamstring, and gluteal muscles. Here’s how to use the leg press machine:
• Attach your feet to the platform of the leg press machine and take a seat on it.
• Scoot the platform back to your feet until your legs are pretty straight.
• Slowly bring the platform back down to the ground by straightening your legs. 

Cable Chop

The chop that involves the cable is a very good exercise for your abs. It is also crucial in the development of the central abdominal muscles and works wonders in the toning of your tummy area. Here’s how to do a cable chop:


• Adjust the position of the cable machine to the highest level it can be moved to.
• Stance both feet shoulder-width apart and grip the handle of the hammer head with both hands.
• Pull the handle down and across your body, turning your body from the waist.
• The last movement is the return to the starting position from step three, which allows one to tackle the last step in the process.


If you perform these exercises, your legs, glutes, and abs will become muscular and toned, giving you the confidence to comfortably wear your favorite jeans. Emphasis should also be placed on correct form and progressively increasing the weight. Happy training!

Will Duru

Level 4 Qualified Personal Training Coach Sports & Exercise Science BSc (Hons)

Disclaimer: The ideas in this blog post are not medical advice. They shouldn’t be used for diagnosing, treating, or preventing any health problems. Always check with your doctor before changing your diet, sleep habits, daily activities, or exercise. WILL POWER FITNESS isn’t responsible for any injuries or harm from the suggestions, opinions, or tips in this article.

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