I'm Renee Byrd. This is Swiss ball exercises for glutes. There are several exercises out there that you can do for your glutes using a stability ball but today I have specifically chosen the squat just because a squat is so hard to perform properly if you are new to fitness or new to exercising. Today we are going to do a wall squat using the stability ball to ensure proper form and technique to prevent you from being injured. So what you want to do is you will take the ball and place it on the wall. The most important thing you can do at this point is make sure it's positioned correctly on your back. You don't want it too high, you want it kind of in the lower part of your back. You certainly don't want to be standing too close to the ball because that's going to put you out of that squat form. So take a step out or two and what you want to do is make sure your pelvis is still tilted forward, your shoulders are still back and down, your abs are still drawn in, just a normal exercise position. You want to take your arms extend them all the way out and that's just again to keep your chest up nice and tall. As you lower your body you want to make sure that from this position your knees and your ankles are once again lined up and you don't have that big arch in your back. So lower yourself to the bottom and right back up to the top, and lower and back up to the top. As you press to the top, you really want to make sure that you are really engaging the heels and not your toes, so the lift actually comes from the heels of your feet not the balls of your feet.