Squats are a great exercise for toning your glutes, but if you really want to take your workout to the next level, use this combo move to sculpts every muscle from your hip down to your heel.
To do it: Start facing a high step (3-5 risers depending on your height) or a bench (just be sure your bench isn't cushioned—those can be tough to balance on). Place your right foot on the middle of the bench and press through your heel to stand up on your right leg. Try to keep your left leg extended and dangling off the back of the bench.
From here, perform a single-leg squat by bending your right knee and sitting back into your hips. Pause for one second and then push your hips forward as you straighten your right knee (your arms can do whatever feels natural to help with your balance).
Finish the move by stepping your left foot back down to the ground, and then bringing your right foot back down to the floor. That's one rep. Try to work your way up to 15 consecutive reps on both legs.
Options: If the balance is too challenging to start, tap the left ball of your foot lightly on the inside of your right foot on the bench after you step up and during the squat. To add intensity, you can increase your resistance by holding onto a pair of dumbbells or a sandbag as you perform the move.