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This Amazing Pop Squat Twist Carves Your Booty and Obliques

I can't help but do it when a new exercise pops up on my feed. And yeah, that's probably because if I have to break out one more round of push-ups

This Amazing Pop Squat Twist Carves Your Booty and Obliques

I can't help but do it when a new exercise pops up on my feed. And yeah, that's probably because if I have to break out one more round of push-ups or crunches on my bicycle, there's a solid chance I'll die of boredom halfway through my session. (Not to be overdramatic or anything, but you can definitely relate after months of working out from home.) Combination workouts, however, often keep things fun, making the most simple exercises more difficult and exciting. And one that's especially useful is the pop squat twist.

A pop squat twist is essentially a twist-squat jump. More than simply going up and down, every time you leap into the air, this move has you doing a twist. Since jump squats on their own are already hard enough — leaving your booty sore for days! — Adding something as simple as a quick twist raises the burn, even more, giving you a burst of cardio and at the same time reinforcing your obliques. It's surprisingly enjoyable, and as you land more gently, it's also slightly less impact than a standard jump squat, too.

Give the pop squat twist a try if you want to add an extra challenge to your workout routine — and reap some ass- and oblique-toning benefits in the process. After just a few sets, you'll start to feel its impact on your tail and glutes.

How to do a twist on pop squat?

  1. Stand with the hip-width gap of your feet apart.
  2. Dropdown into a squat until the floor is parallel to your thighs.
  3. Twist your body 90 degrees toward the right as you jump up.
  4. Jump over again after quickly tapping your feet to the deck, turning back to the middle.
  5. Returning to the center, drop back into a squat, and repeat in the opposite direction. Try making the movements in one quick move.
  6. Complete 3 sets of 12 reps.

If you want to work on your squat form, the only video you need is this:

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