I don’t specifically do girly exercises. But I do take some classes at the gym at work which has benefits.
I take a cardio/resistance training class once a week. Using moderate weighs, we tend to hit all major muscle groups in a class: legs, chest, back, biceps, triceps, shoulders, and core. Sometimes our leg exercises strengthen inner thighs, and sometimes we mix back lunges with curtsy squats. Core exercises are also very useful.
We also have a short 15 minute core class once a week, and target one of the other muscle groups for another 15 minute class.
I also take a Pilates class twice a week. It is not a women’s only class; there are several other guys taking the class. Some benefits I get are moving more gracefully, increased flexibility, strengthening my inner and outer thighs, stretching my hamstrings (with my scoliosis, my right hamstring and back are very tight), firming my glutes with bridges, and strengthening my core with pelvic tilts. This helps me pull in my gut and raise my center of gravity, it helps with avoiding “man-spread” when I sit. My instructor often tells us that exercise shortens muscles, but Pilates lengthens them.
So while the exercises aren’t specifically girly, they have girly benefits.