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TODAY'S EXERCISE - Burpee Push Up (aka Bastardo!)
●Target Body Part: Chest, Legs, Arms
●Equipment Needed: Your Bodyweight
Tag your friends who may find this exercise beneficial, I’d be 4-ever grateful.
👉This month bodyweight exercise👈
The burpee push up is a calisthenics and plyometrics exercise combined. It is both simple and brutal. You've seen them, heard about them and some of us have done them. The exercise was popularized when the United States Armed Services adopted it as a way to assess the fitness level of recruits when the US entered World War II. This move is considered a full body exercise because so many secondary muscles are participating. Do not fear the burpee, conquer the burpee and your body will thank you.
When doing this exercise, instead of counting repetitions set a timer and perform for 30 seconds. Take 30-60 seconds rest and repeat once or twice more. Notice how your body feels, take all the rest you need and repeat. Just focus on maintaining PROPER FORM and your BREATHING.
The truth is that individual workouts don’t matter much, but regularity does. Specific sets, reps, and weights are all less important than showing up regularly. Remember to always warm-up and stretch first.
●There are six parts to this exercise so count out one as you squat, two as you kick your legs out behind you finishing with the jump as part six.
●In the push up position keep your body in a straight line.
●Make each move a breath. Inhale on the squat (part one), exhale kicking your legs out, inhale going down in your push up...etc.
●If you start to lose your form then stop the exercise and rest.
For best results, you can do this exercise 2-3 non-consecutive days per week.