Hi, my name is Josephine D'Alton, and today I'm going to be demonstrating to you three different exercises to target three different parts of your butt. Okay now the first exercise I'm going to teach you is a Sumo squat with a dumbbell. Now with the Sumo squat and the dumbbell, you don't really need a whole lot of weight. You can use ten pounds and if you are absolutely a beginner, you don't need any at all. But what you're going to do is you're going to stand with your feet apart, at least hip width apart, toes slightly pointed outward, in a natural direction, don't try to point them forward, in a natural direction, however your toes land. You're going to hold your dumbbell like this, keeping your shoulders back, abdominals pulled in, nice and tight. Now when you squat down make sure your knees stay directly over your heels so you don't want to be squatting down and feeling your weight go over the balls of your feet or your heels come off the ground. Rotate your hips backwards so that your knees are directly over your heels, come up, squeeze your glutes, breathing out at the same time and this is what it looks like from the side. Now the next exercise I'm going to teach you is called the glute bridge and you might need some weight or you might not. I prefer a ten pound dumbbell but what you are going to do is you're going to lay on your back, knees bent, bring your feet as close as you can to your bum and then you're going to lift your hips up, squeezing your glutes at the same time and coming down. Now if you want to add weight to this, grab yourself a dumbbell, put it right here on your hips, not on your chest, on your hips, lifting up. And the next exercise we're going to be doing is going to require absolutely no equipment because it' just your leg that's going to be the resistance, side leg raises. Lay on your side on the mat, get comfortable. For beginners, knees are going to be bent. For you advanced people, legs are going to be straight. Form a slight angle with the body, abdominals tight, keep your hands in front of you as a kickstand and you're going to lift your leg up, pointing your toes forward. You should feel it right through here. Try not to lean back or lean forward. Lift, now for you beginners, you could probably start off with a set of ten. For you more advanced people, you can aim for 20 to 25 repetitions, three to four sets and I've only been doing ten reps and I can already feel it right now. This is great.