Hi, I'm Debbie O'Toole. I'm going to talk to you about how to get fit like a cheerleader. Cheerleaders are also highly developed athletes, which requires tremendous amount of endurance, flexibility, balance and strength. Some of the main muscles that are used in cheer-leading are your legs. And it's one of your most major muscles, so a lot of muscles are involved. First of all, your glutes, quadriceps, your hamstrings, your adductors and your abductors. And of course, you're going to use your core muscles for all the exercises that you're going to be performing during cheerleading. One of the most effective exercises for cheerleading, is your push-up. The way to get into a push-up, you want to make sure that you're in a plank position to start with. You're going to bring your shoulders over your wrist, you're going to keep your glutes squeezed nice and tight. And you're going to come down slowly to the floor, keeping your elbows tucked in and then, you're going to push up. But as you're pushing up, you're going to make sure that you're keeping your back straight the whole time. And you're going to keep your head in a neutral position. To add intensity to this push-up, we're going to add the mountain climber. Since cheerleaders are dynamic, so we're going to add a dynamic move. And in order to do a mountain climber, what you're going to do is, you're going to bring your knees in towards your elbows and you're going to do it quickly. Keeping your back straight into that push-up position. And we're going to do one push-up mixed in with four mountain climbers, and repeat.