Hi, I'm Scott White, Scottsdale, Arizona. I'm going to talk to you about a gluteus medius workout. So granted, you have a lot of glute muscles or just three, a glute medius, glute minimus and a glute maximus. So most of the time when you do a workout for your glutes, they are all involved. The two exercises I'm going to show you are a curtsy squat, for ladies, I know you men don't want me to tell you to do a curtsy squat so we'll just call it a squat with a step behind and then the other exercise is just a single leg squat. So the squat with the step behind or the curtsy squat whatever you want to call it, you have both feet on the ground and you're going to step one foot behind the other foot, going down into a squat, putting all emphasis on that leg that's in front. The single leg squat can be done in a few different ways. You can just stand in place and squat down to one leg, that would be called a pistol squat. The other one would be holding onto a band or a rope or something and you can go down in a squat to help aid yourself in performing the squat correctly. And then the other way to do it for more beginners and just everybody starting out is just sink your butt back behind, having a bench behind you, touch your butt slightly on the bench and then squat back up really emphasizing your heel, driving into the ground and you coming up and feeling that tension in your gluteus minimus, medius and maximus.