How to Do Walking Lunges - This is another great exercise for your hips, thighs, butt and hamstrings. You can do these holding hand weights to make it harder, or just use your body weight. If you’re just starting out, you’ll find they work you hard enough without weights. If you don’t have enough room to walk forward, you can step one... http://www.mumslounge.com.au/lifestyle/fitness/852-how-to-do-walking-lunges.html
The At-Home Workout That Works Your Entire Body in 20 Minutes
I'm a HUGE fan of squats (when done properly) as they are great for strengthening the pelvic area which is so vulnerable both during and after pregnancy. BUT be careful if your pelvic floor has suffered during birth or if you have had a prolapse. In these cases I'd give squats a miss until you have resolved the PF problems.