Hi, I'm Jay McLeod, the Professional Women's Fitness Trainer. Ladies today we're talking about a posterior pelvis tilt and a leg raise. Now a posterior pelvic tilt is going to work the all important gluteus maximus okay. A leg raise is going to work your lower abdominal muscles. To begin a posterior pelvic tilt, place your hands on your hips with your feet hip width apart. Slightly bend your knees with your back arched starting in an anterior pelvic tilt position. Basically your butt is out okay. You're going to tilt the pelvis back and hold for two to three seconds. I recommend doing 20 repetitions of this exercise. You want to do this exercise in long reps. To begin a leg raise, you're going to lie flat on your back, head relaxed with your legs perpendicular to the ground, inhale and slowly lower your legs until your heels are about three inches off the ground with your toes pointed out. Inhale and raise your legs back to start position.