Build More Strength on the Floor
- Bodyweight Work
- 1. Elevated Bird …
- 2. Straight-Leg …
- 3. Alligator Lunge
- 4. Crab Toe Touch
- 5. Four-Way Bear …
- 6. Front-Loaded …
Pushups aren't the only reason to hit the floor during your workout. "Your hands and feet are covered with sensors that provide feedback about limb position and alignment," says Jeremy Frisch, U.S.A.W., owner of Achieve Performance Training. The more you engage your hands and feet in ground-based exercises, the greater the boost you'll see in your athletic performance.
Learn how to transform your body forever with the NEW Spartacus Workout!
Perform the following exercises as a circuit, moving from one to the next with 45 seconds of rest in between. Once you've done them all, rest for 1 to 2 minutes. Repeat the circuit as many times as you can in 15 minutes. For best results, do this workout barefoot at home.
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