Sculpt with SISSFiT: Lower Body

Lauren and Kelly from SISSFiT are you bringing you another quick, efficient, and effective workout. These amazing sisters are devoted to inspiring and educating women to look and feel their best. First, they taught us how to build stronger abs. Then, they showed us how to strengthen and tone our arms. Today, they’re focusing on the lower body. Read on and watch how to sculpt your legs and bottom in 12 minutes!  

12 Minute Lower Body Workout

  • 4 Exercises, 4 rounds, :45 seconds per exercise
  • Equipment: None

1. Squat + Squat jump

a. Begin with your feet shoulder width distance apart.
b. Squat down to a 90 degree angle, keeping your weight in your heels and your knees stacked over your ankles.
c. Keep a proud chest as you press through both feet back to a standing position.
d. Squat back down to a 90 degree angle and this time drive through both feet to jump at the top.
e. Be sure to land softly and go straight back into your squat.

2. Right Hamstring Reach + Reverse Lunge

a. Begin standing on your right foot with a micro bend in your knee
b. Keeping your hips squared to the ground and a flat back, send your left leg behind you as you reach your left hand to the floor (or to hover a few inches above)
c. Slowly raise back up to a standing position and step your left foot behind you into a lunge
d. Step back to a standing position and repeat.

3. Left Hamstring Reach + Reverse Lunge

a. Begin standing on your left foot with a micro bend in your knee
b. Keeping your hips squared to the ground and a flat back, send your right leg behind you as you reach your right hand to the floor (or to hover a few inches above)
c. Slowly raise back up to a standing position and step your right foot behind you into a lunge
d. Step back to a standing position and repeat.

4. Alternating Side Lunges

a. Take a large lateral step to one side, keeping both of your feet facing forward.
b. Without rounding your shoulders, lower down into a squat position with your knee stacked directly over your ankle.
c. Press back up into a standing position and alternate sides.

 

 

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