Squats work the glutes, hamstrings, quad, back and core, making it a great total-body exercise. Once you’ve learned the basics of good form (described here), you’ll be ready to move on to these six super-effective squat variations that will do wonders for your strength, flexibility, physique and power. healthandfitnessnewswire.com
Knee Clap. Raise your arms out at shoulder height, elbows bent and fingers pointing toward the ceiling. Keeping your core tight and chest as upright as possible, raise your left knee toward your chest (as if you were skipping) and clap your hands under your thigh. Quickly return to start. That's one rep. Repeat with the other leg, then continue alternating.