Hi, I'm Jay McLeod. Today, we're gonna talk about a personal exercise program in circuit training, okay? Mainly a circuit consists of three or more exercises in recession without rest, okay? Also, what a circuit is great for is if you're short on time, you've only got 15 minutes to work out, this allows you to get more exercises done in a limited amount of time. So for today's circuit I'm gonna show how in order burpees, mountain climbers and hover jacks, okay? So to being the burpee, I'm here, I'm standing nice and tall, chest out, eyes focused forward, knees relaxed, okay? Slight bend in my knees. I'm gonna push my hips back, drop into a squat by bending my knees, okay? I'm here, I drop to that squat, I plant my hands. Now, at the same time my feet are gonna kick back, and I land in this pushup position right here. From here, no pushup needed, unless you would like to add a pushup to it. From here I'm gonna hop my feet towards my hands, my butt tucked, I'm gonna stand up, I'm gonna add a little hop, okay? So I'm gonna go for about 8 to 10 reps of this. Now to perform a mountain climber, okay? We're gonna start off in pushup position, and the main thing is you wanna keep your hips low, okay? So this is a great core workout, and you're gonna pull, you're gonna pull the knee into your stomach without your, that front foot touching the ground, okay? So I'm here, okay? Pushup position, I'm gonna pull my knee in, and all I'm gonna do is alternate kick my foot back, pull my opposite knee in, keeping your hips low, really work your core. Climbing that mountain. For our next exercise, the hover jacks, okay? We're gonna get, once again we're gonna get in that pushup position, we're gonna keep our hips low, okay? Our bodies should taper from our head down to our heels, okay? So I'm here, hips low, and I'm gonna hop my feet out simultaneously, out to the sides, and I'm gonna just simply hop them right back in, as fast as I can. Getting a great core workout, and cardio as well.