Your rear end is for more than just sitting on. All the big, muscle-building exercises that involve the lower body, such as the back squat, rely on the glutes to provide strength and direction to the movement. And without the glutes to direct the actions of your legs you’d tip over. Stronger glutes will make you more powerful and better able to lift more weight.
These three exercises use both explosive and targeted movements to improve muscle co-ordination and develop more powerful glutes. Try grouping them into trisets – do the required reps for exercise 1, then move on immediately to exercise 2, then 3. You should then rest for two to three minutes before repeating the triset. Focus on maintaining intensity throughout the three exercises.