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This Fast Bodyweight Workout Will Give You a Killer Booty and Core

If you're looking for a straightforward and speedy workout to get strong and lean, Jaime McFaden's Balance & Burn will help you break a sweat in the best way. In this Grokker video, Jaime will jump-start your gym routine by providing bodyweight moves that work multiple muscles at one time—while focusing on areas where her students are always asking for help: the booty and core! The workout is only 20 minutes long and requires no equipment. Press play and get started.

Workout Details

Start with a warm-up with step tap reach, toe taps, jumping jacks, arm circles/shoulder rolls, hip rolls, and hamstring curls. The main circuit starts with a basic squat, a split squat, and a plié squat, followed by a standing oblique crunch, a basic crunch, and a bicycle. Keep your heart rate up with the single-leg reverse lunge with knee-up, curtsy lunge, and side lunge. Challenge your core with a front plank, left side plank, and right side plank. Repeat the main circuit once more. Cool down with a runner's lunge, hamstring stretch, triangle pose, and a few deep breaths.

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