1. BARBELL ROMANIAN DEADLIFT
Place your feet shoulder width apart and keep your shoulder blades retracted during the whole movement. You initiate movement by pushing hips back and lowering the BB while keeping contact with quads. Just pass your knees. In this position you feel the stretch in your hamstrings and glutes, your back and neck are neutral. Come back up with squeezing your glutes until you stand up straight.
2. HEEL ELEVATED SPLIT SQUAT
Put one foot on the elevation, take one big step back and make sure your feet are placed hip width apart. Your back heel should be elevated and slightly turned out, keep your chest up and your shoulder tight. Now initiate the movement by pushing your hips forward and down in an escalated fashion not in an elevator fashion.
You can perform this exercise with or without weights.
3. HEELS ELEVATED WIDE STANCE KETTLEBELL SQUAT
Place your heels on the elevation (you can use small plates if your gym does not have a wedge), your feet should be slightly wider than shoulder width. Grab the kettlebell (a dumbbell works fine as well) now retract your shoulder blades and start the break at the knees first. Squat down while keeping torso upright and your back straight. Aim to put the weight right between your feet. When you are at the bottom position, your back should be neutral and your knees in same direction as your feet. Don’t forget to keep your neck in alignment with your spine during the whole movement.
4. GLUTE BRIDGE
Lay down on the floor, place your feet about hip width apart and bring your hips up until your body is a straight line from your knees till your shoulders. In this position your feet should be right below your knees. It is very important that you initiate and use your glutes and hamstrings only to bring your hips up, not your lower back.
Since our bodies are all different, it is important to vary with your feet position (wide, small, toes out or neutral etc). Play around and feel which position feels best for you!