There are various effective ways to strengthen and tighten your glutes but personal trainer Chris Santo advises three simple moves to have a strong and tight butt, irrespective of your fitness level.
He recommends a set of simple exercises for beginners, intermediate, and advanced.
The trainer advises doing the butt exercises at least twice a week. He says, “Once it starts to feel like you can breeze through the moves, step up to the next level and/or increase it to three or four times a week.”
All you need is a pair of 5-pound dumbbells, a step bench, and a stability ball.
For beginners, deadlift squats, elevated bridge, and lateral step-up are effective at strengthening their glutes. One can do 15 reps in one set, with three sets of each exercise.
Intermediate exercises for a tight butt include bent-knee deadlift, single-leg bridge, and lateral step extension. Do 15 reps of each side.
Advanced exercises for a strong butt include balancing deadlift, stability ball bridge, and lateral jump of 15 reps each side. An article mentioned in the shape.com explains how to perform these moves with little to no rest in between the sets.