Susanne Khan nails jump squats in an Instagram video; why the exercise is a must for your workout regimen

It appears that jump squats are a favorite workout of Sussanne Khan who performs this quite often and shares snippets from her regime on social media as well

It appears that jump squats are a favorite workout of Sussanne Khan who performs this quite often and shares snippets from her regime on social media as well. (Photo credit: Susanne Khan/Instagram)

New Delhi: Interior and fashion designer Susanne Khanbesides being a style icon, is also a fitness enthusiast. Although 43, none can say that she looks the age, thanks to her unmatched dedication to fitness. While scrolling through her instagram handle, one comes across a plethora of workout videos with one being a common occurrence in the list – jump squats.

It appears that jump squats are a favorite workout of Sussanne Khan who performs this quite often and shares snippets from her regime on social media as well. In a recent video, she was seen practicing the same exercise with much zeal.

“Good morning Wednesday…buckle up and I got you covered. #Finisher50jumpsquats #before10am #5×10 #niketrainingclub #entertainingmyself,” Sussanne Khan captioned the post.

Earlier, too, Susanne Khan shared a video on Instagram performing the same exercise.

What are jump squats?

Squats are one of the most versatile of all exercises that help in toning the glute muscles while inducing weight-loss, strengthening the lower limbs, and targeting the quads, lower abs, and hamstrings as well. Jump squats are an advanced version of the same exercise and often qualify as a high-intensity workout that has a number of benefits for overall health.

What are the benefits of performing jump squats?

Jump squats involve jumping on an elevated surface while performing traditional squats. This exercise has the following health benefits:

  1. Works on the leg muscles
  2. Strengthens the core
  3. Improves stamina
  4. Induces weight loss
  5. Stamina builds
  6. Burns belly fat
  7. Improves cardiovascular health
  8. Improves balance
  9. Strengthens hips and thighs
  10. Burns more calories than traditional squats
  11. Reduces risk of injury

Disclaimer: Tips and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purposes only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or a dietician before starting any fitness program or making any changes to your diet.

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