Hi, I'm Cary Williams, and I'm going to be showing you lateral jump squats. The benefits of lateral jump squats is definitely conditioning but agility as well. So, we probably all know how to do squats and jump squats so now what we're going to do is go laterally with them. So initially we're going to get into our squat position. So feet are a little more than shoulder width apart coming down and we're going to jump left and then jump right. So as I'm going to press up with my heels I'm going to jump up and switch over to the left, here, squat back down, jump, come right back over to the right. This is really all it is, we're just moving laterally as we jump. So this is definitely a little more of a plyometric, so you are using all of your muscles in your legs as you are jumping up. I can even feel it in my back a little and my core and it's a little anaerobic too because once you get to a certain point when you are doing plyometrics, it becomes more of an anaerobic exercise. So all we're doing again is just we're doing jump squats laterally and it's working, like I'm out of breath a little bit just doing a few. So get those going, get in shape, get those legs nice and svelte.