The workout begins with squats, which Baini calls the "home base" for the next nine minutes—she thinks of this move as the "grounded version" of the amplified squares you're going to work up to. So it's extra important to make sure you practice good form. Begin with your feet hip-distance apart and parallel. "Really think about folding your hips and flaring your sit bones on the way down," Baini says. "And then emphasis on pressing the feet down as you drive the hips back up." From there, the workout builds intensity by adding calf raises and then jumps to the squats.
Don't worry, you won't be squatting for the entire time. The squats transition into a high plank with toe taps (and then jumping both feet out, if you're feeling it), which leads into jumping split squats. And that's all in the first six minutes! (Is anyone else tired just reading about the workout?)
To get the rest of the workout, press play on the video above.
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