It's time to get off your tush and work it. These walking wide squats will tone your backside, but will also strengthen your quads just in time for ski season.
For details on how to do this move, and tips on making it more difficult,
- Begin with your feet about three feet apart, toes pointed out. Bend your knees and come into a wide squat, with your knees over your ankles, and most of your weight in your heels. Place your hands on your hips or in a fist in front of your chest for stability.
- Hold this squat position with your hips low. With control, take 10 steps forward, then take 10 steps back. This counts as one set. Complete five sets without stopping.
- For more of a challenge, hold a dumbbell in each hand above your head or rest them on your shoulders.