Total body dumbbell burpee
We all love to hate the burpee, but in this total body exercise the high intensity movement is slowed down by the addition of resistance (dumbbells) and two or more reps of several distinct exercises.
Stand at the top of your mat with feet wide. Squat down and place the dumbbells on the mat directly under your shoulders and with your palms facing inwards. Step or jump back into a high plank, your eyes forward of your hands and your feet wide on the mat. Perform one renegade row on each side then one knee-to-elbow tuck on each side, keeping your hips square to the floor. Step or jump back to a squat position, lifting your chest up and bringing the dumbbells to your shoulders. In one movement stand up and press overhead. Finish with a couple of squat-to-overhead-presses.
Remember to engage your core throughout and make the jump landings soft. Add or subtract each component to tailor the exercise to suit you.