Boost your heart health while toning your hips and hamstrings by doing Rotating Jump Squats with Pulses. Also called the 180 Degree Squat Pulse Jump, this cardio workout engages your lower body to improve your balance and even work your ab muscles. Just follow these instructions to do this exercise!
How to Do Rotating Squat Jumps with Pulses
- Stand straight and place your feet as far apart as your hips. Slightly bend your knees and tighten your stomach muscles.
- To do 2 pulses, lower your body twice by bending your hips and knees. Place your hands together and make sure to keep your upper body straight. Do t his move fast. Take note: to increase the intensity, get as low as you can while doing each pulse.
- Jump while rotating your body to a 180 degree angle to face the opposite side. Once you land, do 2 pulses.
- Repeat this exercise within 10 to 15 seconds or as many times as you can.
Watch this video for a quick demo. In this version, the instructor only does one pulse, so make sure to do 2 pulses when you do this workout:
Try this exercise today!
Just keep going and you’ll be one step closer to your fitness goals.