Start with your feet shoulder width apart. Take a big step back with
your right leg bringing it slightly over your left leg as you land. Make
sure your left thigh is parallel to the floor in your lunge and your
shoulders remain over your hips with your abs tight. Push up from your
left heel and return to the starting position. Alternate legs for 30
Single-Leg Bridge Drops
Lie on your back, knees bent with your feet flat on the floor and
shoulder width apart. Raise your hips off the floor creating a straight
line from your shoulders to your knees. Bring one knee into your chest
without letting your hips drop and extend that leg straight up to the
sky. Keeping your core and glutes engaged, drop that straight leg
halfway down so your knees are in line with one another then bring it
back to your starting position. Repeat 10 times on each side.
Come onto your elbows and knees keeping them about two feet apart.
Make sure your elbows are under your shoulders and your knees are placed
under your hips with your abs engaged and your shoulders down. Extend
your left leg out strong and straight and lift it up to the sky
activating your glutes. Bring the leg as far to the left as you can
tapping your toes to the floor while keeping your body stabilized. Bring
your left leg back up to the sky with power and do the same movement on
the right side. Alternate legs for 30 reps.
Start with your feet slightly wider than your hips and toes slightly
turned out. Bend your knees and lower into a squat making sure your butt
never drops below your knees and your shoulders remain over your hips.
Make sure to keep the weight in your heels and keep your knees in line
with your toes. Return to your starting position giving your butt a good
squeeze without locking your knees. Repeat 25 times. Bonus: For an
extra burn, do little pulses in your squat at the end of your set.