Hello, my name is Amber Nimedez-Lyftogt with LIVESTRONG.COM, and today I'm going to teach you a few exercises to help tone and firm your gluts for people who have osteoarthritis. The first exercise is you're going to lay down on your back and you're going to use a block, a Yoga block or you can even just use like a paper towel roll and you're going to put it between your knees. Arms out to the side, palms facing up and you're just going to gently squeeze the block; squeeze, release. Squeeze and release. And you're going to do this about 30 times; make sure your abs are completely relaxed and you're squeezing the block about 30 to 35 percent of your strength. Your upper body is completely relaxed and again, you want to do this about 30 times. And when you're done with 30, you're going to hang onto the block and then you're going to lift your hips up into the air. So, I'm going to bring my feet in a little bit closer to my body and I'm going to lift my hips up, squeezing my glutes as much as I can and then I'm going to come right back down to the starting position. I'm going to come back up and then right back down. I'm going to do this about ten times. And then the last exercise, I'm going to stand up, place my block aside and I'm going to do a squat. So, feet are going to be shoulder-width apart, feet straight ahead and I'm going to bend down into my squat and then I'm going to come right back up, squeezing my glutes as much as I can. So, I'm going to come back down, weight in the heels, chest is out, squeezing my glutes on the way up. I'm going to do this about ten times and you can repeat the series three times through. And these are some exercises you can do to help tone and firm your gluts if you have osteoarthritis. My name is Amber Nimedez-Lyftogt with LIVESTRONG.COM.