Add this move into your next circuit to rev your heart rate, blast fat and sculpt some seriously toned legs and glutes.

Rozalynn S. Frazier
June 25, 2015

Don’t have access to a gym? No problem. With plyometrics or jump training, you can get in a sweat sesh pretty much anywhere. That’s because these moves typically require very little space and equipment. One of our faves: the Sumo Jump Squat. Add it into your next circuit to rev your heart rate, blast fat and sculpt some seriously toned legs and glutes.

Here’s how to do it: Stand with feet wider than hip-width apart and toes turned out. Keeping back straight, bend knees, push hips back and lower down into a squat. Explode up off the ground, jumping as high as you can while raising your arms overhead. Land back in the sumo squat position; repeat exercises for 30-60 seconds.

Trainer tip: Make sure your knees don’t go past your toes.

Try this move: Sumo Jump Squats

Have more time? Try this full 7-Move Bikini Body Workout also led by Health's fitness expert Kristin McGee.

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