The WeekendHiit | Episode 20 | Presented by BodyRock

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https://youtu.be/SN8ytCabqVs Hi BodyRockers!! It's the day after Christmas and what's there to do?  How about working our legs...and booty too??  Today's workout was one of my favorite lower body workouts!  Have fun toning your thighs with this one! Getting these workouts delivered to you is easy!  All you need to do is sign up for the workouts here and check the workouts box! I hope you all enjoyed your day yesterday!  Our BodyRock team sure did!  Now it's time to get back to work!  Let's focus down for today's HIIT!  12 minutes plus a burnout for some extra credit!  You know this time will fly by so let's do it!  Get water, a towel and let's blast our lower half! As always, let us know if you like today's HIIT.  Post your comments or questions on the  BodyRock Facebook page or the Jacqui Light - BodyRock Facebook page!  If you love seeing these workouts, please share them with your friends and family! See all of our equipment and much more in the store: http://shop.bodyrock.tv Enjoy your Daily Hiit Workout, the breakdown is below! Jack x

Episode 20: WeekendHiit - Legs and Booty | Breakdown

Set your timers to 30 seconds of work and 10 seconds of rest!  3 Rounds!

1. Skaters

Starting at left end of your mat, lead with your right foot and hop off your left foot to the right side of your mat.  Land on your right foot as your left leg crosses behind the right.  Bend your knee and get low.  Immediately lead with your left foot, hopping of your right foot. Land on your right foot as your left leg crosses behind the right.  Bend your knee and get low.  Repeat.

2.  Squat Side Leg Lift

Start with legs wider than hip width.  Squat down.  As you return to standing do a lateral lift with your left leg.  Lower your leg back to starting and squat back down.  As you stand do a lateral lift with you right leg.  Repeat.

3.  Quad Burner + Tricep Push-up

Start in plank.  Do 1 tricep push-up, hop feet up around hands.  Keep your fingertips on the ground and transition your weight to your right foot.  Do 1 curtsy lunge (crossing your left foot diagonally behind the right); do 1 regular lunge; return to the squat with your weight evenly distributed over both legs.  Hop back to plank and do a tricep push-up.  Repeat the sequence with your left leg.

4.  Back Lunge + Front Kick (R)

Your right leg will be the working leg.  Lunge back with your left leg, return to standing and pull your left knee to your chest.  Lunge back again with your left leg, return to standing and do 1 front kick with your left foot.  Repeat.

5.  Mountain Climbers + Jumping Lunge

Start in plank – do 10 mountain climbers; Hop to a standing position – do 10 jumping lunges.

6.  Back Lunge + Front Kick (L)

Your left leg will be the working leg.  Lunge back with your right leg, return to standing and pull your right knee to your chest.  Lunge back again with your right leg, return to standing and do 1 front kick with your right foot.  Repeat.

Burnout:

1.  Curtsy Lunge (R)

Start with your right leg forward and toes slightly pointed outward.  Lunge your left leg diagonally behind your right, coming all the way down to your left knee.  Push through your right heel and come a standing position; pull your left knee up to your left side.  Return to the starting position.

2.  Kneeling Arabesque + Pulse (R)

Come to your left knee.  Lift and lower your right leg.  Your toes should be pointed and your shoes laces facing the side, not down towards the ground.

3.  Curtsy Lunge (L)

Start with your left leg forward and toes slightly pointed outward.  Lunge your right leg diagonally behind your left, coming all the way down to your right knee.  Push through your left heel and come a standing position; pull your right knee up to your right side.  Return to the starting position.

4.  Kneeling Arabesque + Pulse (L)

Come to your right knee.  Lift and lower your left leg.  Your toes should be pointed and your shoes laces facing the side, not down towards the ground.

5.  Plie Squat Pulse

Get into a deep plie squat – heels in, toes pointed out.  Your quads should be parallel to the ground. Pulse it out!

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