The Fire Hydrant exercise works your back, abs, butt, outer thighs and quads.
[MUSIC] Okay, we're gonna do the standing fire hydrant. You're gonna begin with your feet together, bend your knees slightly. I want you to hinge forward at the hips, place your hands right above your knee. Pull the abs in. Your spine is long. Bend one of the legs, and bring it towards the back and out and around in a circle. We're gonna do five of these together. That's one. Two, you're really working at your core. Three, the standing leg is working. Four, make a nice big circle. One more, four. Five. I want you guys at home to do 15, each leg, for an awesome glute and outer thigh workout. [MUSIC]
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