"A push-up is a moving plank. It's a full-body exercise but you're also using your core,” Don told the publication.
Move #2: Lunges
3-5 sets of 5-10 reps
"A lunge is a compound movement,” Don added. “It's working your quads, your hamstrings and your glutes. It's also opening your hips. It's working on everything from the ground up. Your ankle joints, your knee joints, your hip joints—all different areas—which is really important.”
Move #3: Sprints
10 metres x 10-15 (with a minute rest in between sets.)
“Every time you do it, you increase speed," Don continued. "It will get your heart rate up. In the beginning, I recommend not taking as much rest but then as you get faster and faster, you're going to need to take more rest."
Move #4: Lateral bound jumps
"A lateral bound is where you're jumping side to side and landing on one leg.” Don shared. "Moving laterally allows the hips to open up, to get the heart rate elevated and work with a little bit of speed. Beginners should start really slow and easy and people who are in great shape, you should try to jump as far as you can. If you're not used it or you're warming up, start easy."
BTW, Don also trains the likes of John Karsinski, Ryan Reynolds, Liev Schrieber and Emily Blunt. So obvs he knows a thing or two about whipping butts into shape. You can catch more of his workouts via his Insta, just remember to BYO towel.
This article originally appeared on Women's Health Australia.