We partnered with Taylor Walker and Lawrence Sikorski to create this circuit that will help strengthen and tone your whole lower body. For best results, perform this circuit 5 times. Get ready for a workout that will leave your legs “burning”.
Gorilla Squats for 45 seconds: Put your back and torso straight, place your feet about shoulder width apart. Begin by touching the floor with your hands and without lifting them start to straighten and lengthen through the back of the leg. Do for 45 seconds.
Froggers for 15 seconds: Jump with both feet to the outside of your hands, keeping your chest up and your butt low so you look like a frog. Jump up and return to the start position then repeat. Do for 15 seconds.
Alternating Reverse Lunges for 40 seconds: While standing, place your body upright, begin with a completely straight trunk take a step back with the right leg and then left leg then repeat. Do for 40 seconds.
Alternating Jump Lunges for 20 seconds: Maintain the same form as previous exercise and add a jump in between.
Skater Lunges for 40 seconds: With your body upright and your back straight, begin to slide laterally to your right leg so that your right elbow touches your right knee, falling on each side, remember to bend knee slightly to cushion the impact then repeat with the left leg. Do for 40 seconds.
Skater Jump lunges for 40 seconds: Start to make lateral jumps back with the right leg then left leg make sure your arms are synchronized with the movement of your legs. Do for 40 seconds.
Alternating Lunges for 20 seconds: Start in a push up position. Jump with feet up to the outside of your hands and take a begin to make jumps back first with the right leg and then left leg, alternating the legs. Jump your feet back to start position and repeat. Do for 20 seconds.
Alternating Skater Lunges for 20 seconds: Similar to the previous exercise but instead of lunges make lateral jumps back first with the right leg and then left leg, alternating the legs. Jump your feet back to start position and repeat. Do for 20 seconds.
That’s all for today. Stay tuned for more videos very soon here on the Beat The Gym Blog.