Along with the bridge, squats can promote a stronger pelvic floor and buttocks.
Stand with the feet hip-width apart, keeping them flat on the floor.
Bend at the knees to bring the buttocks toward the floor, going only as low as is comfortable. Keep the back straight and leaning slightly forward. The knees should be in line with the toes.
Focus on tightening the buttocks and pelvic floor while returning to a standing position.
Repeat this exercise to do a total of 6 repetitions with a rest before performing any additional sets.
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