Move of the Week: Sumo Jump Squats
Add this move into your next circuit to rev your heart rate, blast fat and sculpt some seriously toned legs and glutes.
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
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