I'm Morris Brossette and this is how to exercise to lift the butt and get curves. I'm going to show you guys a very simple movement. It's very practical you can do it anywhere. It's the dumbbell deadlift. This is by far one of the best things you can do to increase strength, lift your booty and get some curves. First you'll start with a dumbbell. We want to start kind of light around a 25 to 30 pound weight. Feet are going to be shoulder width maybe slightly wider, pointed straight ahead. You can have a slight turnout if you want to but I prefer straight ahead. Keep your chest up, spine in a nice neutral position. You are going to keep your head forward without looking down. Drop down to grab the weight driving through your heels. Now this is the important part. As you stand up we want to drive through the heels and squeeze your glutes throughout the whole range of motion. Okay. As you lower the weight stay on your heels again. You want to go just to the weight is almost to the floor. Pause. Drive through your heels, squeeze your glutes. And return back down. Now if you are trying to build the glutes you want to stay with heavier weight and lower reps. So we are going to shoot for a rep range around 10 to 12 max. And for sets of three to four.