Stand with your feet together and your toes pointed straight forward.
Slowly lower your hips down and back in a squat, as if you were trying to sit in a chair placed too far away. Keep your core tight.
Keep your knees close together and continue to lower your hips until your thighs are at least parallel to the ground (or as close as you can get).
Slowly return to a standing position by pushing up through your heels.
This is a body weight exercise that quickly tones and firms the butt, and thighs. This move also improves balance and coordination and is a great training tool for downhill or alpine skiing. Always keep the motion slow and controlled to get the most from this move.