"This move pairs a bodyweight squat with a plyometric jump," said Sheri Saperstein, ACE-certified, owner of Fire Up Fitness Studio. "It works your entire lower body, core, stability, coordination, balance, and cardio."
- Start in a squat with your arms by your sides. Your knees should be over your ankles, your back straight, and your core engaged.
- Swing your arms to the ceiling and jump straight up, pushing off the balls of your feet and engaging your core.
- Land quietly as you return to the squat position. This completes one rep.