Let’s Get Phys­i­cal

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No gym? No prob­lem! This quick work­out from celebrity trainer/Caliente Fit­ness founder Ja­son Rosell can be done in the com­fort of your ho­tel room. No equip­ment or weights are nec­es­sary—ex­cept for your own body weight, Rosell says. For more fit­ness tips and work­outs, visit Calien­teBody.com.

[1] CHAIR DIPS Tar­gets Tri­ceps

Face away from the chair’s seat, your hands should be on edge of seat and shoul­der width apart. Keep legs straight, and your neck re­laxed as you dip down and back up. Dip down for one se­cond, and lift up for two sec­onds. Do three sets of 20 rep­ti­tions, rest­ing 20 sec­onds between sets. [2] FRONT & REAR LUNGES

Tar­gets Quadri­ceps, Glu­teus

BACK LUNGES: Place your hands on your hips and bring one leg in front of the other, plac­ing your foot 3-4 feet in front of the other and bend­ing the other down un­til the back knee is about 5 inches off the ground. Raise your­self up and bring your feet back to start­ing po­si­tion, then al­ter­nate, do­ing the same move­ment for the other leg. BACK LUNGES: Place your hands on your hips and bring one leg be­hind the other, plac­ing your foot 3-4 feet be­hind the other and bend­ing the other down un­til the back knee is 5 inches off the ground. Raise your­self up and bring your feet back to start­ing po­si­tion then al­ter­nate and do the same move­ment for the other leg. Re­peat both lunges for two sets, 20 times per set, rest­ing 20 sec­onds in between.

[3] SUMO SQUAT HOPS Tar­gets Quadri­ceps, Glu­teus

Place your feet about 2 feet apart and sta­bi­lize your core. Once you’re in po­si­tion, lower into a squat and bounce up, put­ting all your weight on your heels un­til you feel the burn as you per­form the ac­tiv­ity. Com­plete 20 reps for one set, then rest for 20 sec­onds. Do three sets, keep­ing the core tight through­out.the du­ra­tion.

[4] STA­TION­ARY LEG KICKS Tar­gets Quadri­ceps, Lower Abs

These move­ments should be quick, tak­ing about one se­cond per kick. Make sure to your bring knee up first, then ex­tend your leg straight out all the way so you feel your quadri­ceps burn­ing (and achieve that tight and toned look). Al­ter­nate left and right legs in a stand­ing, sta­tion­ary po­si­tion. Do two (2) sets of 40. Rest 20 sec­onds in between.

[5] STAND­ING HIGH-KNEE ABS Tar­gets Up­per Abs, Lower Abs

Stand­ing with your feet shoul­der width apart, build a di­a­mond with your palms above your head. Bend­ing at the waist, crunch down all the way down to your knees and then lift up and re­peat. Try for three sets of 40 with a 20-se­cond rest pe­riod.

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