Hi, I'm Jay McLeod. Today, I'm going to show you balanced single-leg skater squats, okay? This is a multifaceted exercise right here. This is going to help improve your coordination, your balance, your stability, and also build strength in your quads, glutes, hamstrings, and thighs. Now, I'm going to show you how to do the balanced single-leg skater squat, okay? So, I'm going to start off on my left leg. Now, what I'm going to do is, on my standing leg I'm going to loop my opposite leg around it okay? Looping my right leg behind it. Now, from here I have a slight bend in my knees, and I'm going to drop it to about a quarter of a squat, okay? I'm here to load that power up for this leaping exercise. Now, from here I'm going to leap out horizontally, okay? I'm going to land on my opposite leg, and I'm going to do the same and repeat, okay? So, I'm here, right leg looped behind my left, I drop to that quarter-squat, I leap out horizontally, okay, landing on my opposite leg. And, I do the same thing -- my left leg loops behind it, I'm here in that quarter-squat, chest out, and I leap back out to the side.