What it's good for:
A perfect way to target your butt, while protecting your wrists and back. By digging your heel into the floor, you'll be able to switch on your glute muscles even more!
How to do it:
1. Start lying on your back, with your legs bent so that your heels are directly below your knees. Dig your heels into the floor, and peel your spine off the mat so that your hips lift, and you are balancing on your shoulders.
2. Using your core to remain stable, slowly take your left leg towards the ceiling, with a pointed toe for extra elongation. Float your arms to the ceiling also, maintaining energy through the fingertips.
3. Lower your hips down, so that your tailbone taps the mat, then thrust your hips back up, working the supporting leg and glute. Repeat 20 each side, before holding up to complete 20 small pulses by squeezing and releasing your butt.