Single-leg lunge jumps
If lunges are underrated, single-leg lunge jumps probably aren't even on your radar. Wilson nominates them as a great way to build explosive power and strengthen your legs, calves, and lower abdominals. “Start in a backward lunge position, then jump and bring your back leg up toward your chest,” Wilson explains. “Land back in the lunge position, with the same leg back.”
The Turkish get-up
Don’t worry, the Turkish get-up isn't as complicated as it might sound, but it's pretty damn difficult. It's a full-body movement that starts while lying on your back, holding a kettlebell or dumbbell above one shoulder. Then, you stand up -- while continuing to hold the weight above you. By training one side of the body at a time, Turkish get-ups improve stability, balance, and core strength. "I recommend Turkish get-ups as a warm-up exercise because [they] engage every muscle in the body,” Salvador explains. "As an added bonus, they strengthen the shoulders without actually having to press heavy weights overhead."