TV Squat Jump
Let's hope you don’t have low ceilings because you’re about to get your jump on. TV jump squats are all about the legs. With each repetition, this micro-workout tackles problem areas in your quads, inner thighs, glutes and hamstrings. The essential movements required in the jump squat are similar to a burpee without the pushup. When we say jump, you say "How high?!"
Stand tall with your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width, knees slightly bent and toes pointing forward. Shoot your hips and rear-end backward as you enter the squat position. Explode all the way up as you jump as high as you can, then try to land softly. Your arms are an essential part of a successful jump squat, shifting from back to front as you do each repetition. Work quickly and do three sets of 15 reps in rapid succession.