Hey kids, it’s your pal Tony. We’re on YouTube. This is where all the young people are. Anyway, you know what? We’re going to work the legs. The legs are the part of the body that often gets neglected. Why? Why? Why these giant upper bodies and these toothpicks for legs? It depresses me, so we’re going to attack them today. We’re going to work the glutes, we’re going to work the hamstrings, we’re going to work the quads, the calves.Hello. We’re going to do it isometrically. We’re going to do it plyometrically. We’re going to do 8 reps, 30 reps, timed things. It’s awesome. The one thing about legs, you’ve got to be careful. They’re very vulnerable, so you’ve got to warm up. I’ve already warmed up. My body is ready. I’m heated up. Please, I beg of you, I implore you to get yourself ready before you do this little scenario. Any other tips of the day? Let me think. Pace yourself. Pick the right weight. That’s important. Make sure those last 3 or 4 reps are challenging you. All right? Really, really important stuff. Form is everything. Here’s our first move. It’s called DSLL. We’re going to do a dead lift, then we’re going to do a squat and a couple of lunges.Only 8 reps because we’re doing a combination of different moves. I’m going to pick a weight that’s going to challenge me. Let’s look over here. Yeah, this feels about right right here. A couple of 35s. Mmm. So pick your weight. This is fine. All right. Here we go. Very important. Back is flat, knees slightly bent. Here’s your dead lift. Hello, hamstrings. Now there’s our squat. Nice and low. Good. And there’s my first lunge, there’s my second lunge. Rep number 1. Let’s do 2. Down . That’s a good thing. It’s good. Feet are parallel. There’s my squat. Here’s my first lunge—bang, bend that back knee— second lunge. And there we go. There’s 2.Six to go. And there’s that dead lift. That’s as deep as I feel like going. Next I go into squat. Back, back. Three. And down. Good. Hope my back is flat. There’s my squat. Nice. Nice. I believe that is halfway. And down. Weight is in the heels. There’s my lunge. There’s my other lunge. Nice. That’s 5. There it is. And squat. A little isometric hold this time. Get the most out of that one. There’s 6. Oh, a dead lift. You’ve got to be careful with those dead lifts, boys and girls. No round back on that one. Chest is up here on these lunges.There it is. One more time. Good. Lunge and— All right. Let’s get right to it, shall we? Warrior 3 squats. I’m going to try to sustain my balance on 1 leg with my arms in 3 positions while doing a squat as deep as I can go on 1 leg while balancing. Yikes! Let’s go left leg first. Watch me. I’m going to try to get that back leg parallel to the floor. I’m here. Am I close? The crew is nodding their heads. So watch the leg. One, 2, 3, 4, 5. Let’s go out. One, 2, 3, 4, 5. Arms in front. One, 2— find that balance—3, 4, and gorgeous. Now my right leg. I struggle with that right leg. Come on! Here we go. Come on, right leg! Focus. Here we go.Leg is up. Back. One, 2, 3, here’s 4, and 5. Arms out. And 1, 2, 3, 4—back leg as high as I can get it—and 5. And up. One and 2 and 3 and 4. Whoa! And 5. Oh! Talk about burning sensation! All right. Now we have sumo squat kicks. Totally changing gears. Increasing our range of motion, adding a kick and a squat. These are random numbers today for sets. Eight, the next one is 3 by 5, now we’re doing 30 reps, man. Right, left. If your range of motion is such to keep good form only fingertips to the floor, that’s your thing. Fists. I’m going palms. I might even go palms with bent elbows. Here we go. Three, 2, 1. One, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9— oh yeah, here we go— there’s 10. One, 2—chest up— 3—you should see me— 4—halfway home. One, 2, 3, 4—here come the good ones. Bang! Two, 3, 4, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30. I felt that. I felt that a little bit. Okay. So now there’s our sumo squat kicks. And we’ve got moon dog. Pure balance isometrics.Thirty seconds per side. It’s warrior 3 meets half moon. Ready? So here comes my stopwatch. I’m going to place it down there. Here’s how I’m going to start. In half moon, now watch. Three, 2, 1. The timer. Hang out. That’s it. Sideways half moon, no fingers, tap on the floor, tap on the floor. Try not to tap on the floor. You want it in here.Ten more seconds. Get that leg up. Five, 4, 3, 2— oh! How hard can that be? We’re having fun. Other leg. I started with my weak leg first. Now I’m going to the other one. Hopefully I can stick it. Three, 2. Buckle up, baby. Open it up. Reaching the arms, raising the leg, working on the balance. Ten seconds in. Try to make it pretty. Pretty, pretty, pretty. Ten, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 . Was it as pretty as I would have liked? No. Was it challenging? Yes. So here’s our last move, man. It’s so good, so fantastic. Bounding split squats. You don’t want to add a lot of weight here because—warning, warning, warning, Will Robinson— safety first, form is everything.Don’t push the envelope here. You’re going to be doing little military presses. I’m going to grab a light weight. Boom. Right like that. I’m going to finish strong with 30. Are you ready? I’m going to do a plyometric lunge switch in the air. Drive those hands to the air. Everybody with me? Come on now. Here we go. Three, 2, 1. One, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9— bonus—1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9— double bonus—1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 50. Fifty! So there you go.I hope you liked that. I did. You can sit there with your pals at the local coffee shop and drink your way to temporary awakeness. You do that routine— warm up first—first thing in the morning, you’re awake! Oxygen in my lungs, in my blood, in my brain. There you go. If you like this stuff, your pal Tony, subscribe, man. 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