Low-power design has gained much attention recently, especially for computing on battery-powered equipments. Reducing BTB (branch target buffer) accesses is an effective way to reduce processor power consumption, since BTB consumes a significant portion of power in a processor. In this paper, we propose two approaches to reduce BTB accesses. The first approach expects the distance of every two dynamic branch instructions to be a constant n, where n can be statically profiled, and forces BTB to repose for n instructions after a BTB hit. The second approach dynamically predicts the address of the next branch instruction, and accesses BTB only on the predicted address. Multimedia/DSP benchmarks are used in our evaluation. Experimental results show that these methods can potentially reduce 22.033% of all BTB accesses.