how to do the single leg burpee https://www.getstrong.fit/Single-Leg-Burpee-Exercise-Guide/Exercises

The Single Leg Burpee is a challenging and fun plyometric(jump training) exercise that you should include in your fitness routine. It will help you to increase your cardiovascular endurance and will help you to strengthen your Chest, Shoulders, and Core.

The One-Legged Burpee gets your heart rate up fast making them a great addition to High-Intensity Interval Training programs.

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how to do the reverse burpee https://www.getstrong.fit/Reverse-Burpee-Exercise-Guide/Exercises

The Reverse Burpee is a fun plyometric(jump training) exercise to include in your routines. It will help you to develop your leg strength while giving your core a good workout at the same time.

Plyometrics are a great way to get your heart rate up fast making them a great addition to High-Intensity Interval Training programs.

How to Guide

Step by Step Description

Step 1: Move to a standing position with your feet approximately hip-width apart. Extend your arms up pointing towards the ceiling or out in front of you and tighten your core.

You are now in the starting position.

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how to do the push back push-up https://www.getstrong.fit/The-Push-Back-Push-Up-Exercise-Guide/Exercises

Just because you do not have access to weights does not mean your shoulders development has to suffer.

Unlike the traditional version of the pushup, the push back push up variation is going to focus on your shoulders primarily, and your chest is going to be one of the secondary muscle involved.

Since this is a calisthenic exercise, it is a useful way to add some shoulder training for people who exercise at home or on days when you cannot make it to your local gym. As an added benefit using this exercise can also give your core a decent workout at the same time.

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how to do the Two Arm Single Leg Kettlebell Deadlift https://www.getstrong.fit/The-Single-Leg-Kettlebell-Deadlift/Exercises

Lots of lifters have a large, strong upper body and tiny ass chicken legs. Our legs are so important, so make sure you are not one of the many people that do not give them the attention and training they need and deserve.

Besides all of the functional benefits you get, if you are working your upper body and not the lower, your proportions are going to look ridiculous. Also, don't think you can use your pants to hide them because in the gym there is nothing easier to spot.

The Single Leg Deadlift is a great exercise that can add some significant size to your hamstring(the back of your legs) and strengthen your entire posterior chain. It will also help you to increase your hip strength and power which can carry over to increase weight on lifts like your squats.

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how to do the Two Arm Kettlebell Row https://www.getstrong.fit/Two-Arm-Kettlebell-Row-Exercise-Guide/Exercises

Step 1: Stand up with your feet approximately shoulder width apart. Put two kettlebells on the floor on the outsides of your feet.

Step 2: Bend at your knees and push your butt out as much as possible(like when you are performing squats or pretend you are going to sit down) make sure to keep a flat back and do not let the lower part of your back to round. Grab a kettlebell handle with each of your hands. To perform the traditional row, you are going to have you back parallel to the floor, or you can use the YATES variation where your body forms a 45-degree angle with the ground.

You are now in the starting position for the exercise.

Step 3: Keep your torso fixed, breath out and pull the kettlebells toward your body while keeping your elbows tucked close to your sides. There are two different ways that you can move the weight towards your body. You can either pull towards the waist (higher focus on the lats) or your chest (focuses mainly on the traps and posterior deltoids).

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how to do the spiderman push-up https://www.getstrong.fit/Spiderman-Push-Ups-Exercise-Guide/Exercises

The Spiderman Pushup is an excellent way for you to build your pressing muscles while working on building up your abs and obliques at the same time.

So if you are getting bored of the traditional push-up and looking for a new more challenging variation, then this exercise if for you.

Step 1: Put the palms of your hands flat on the floor directly under your shoulders. Have your fingers pointing directly straight ahead and extend your legs back. Your body should now form a straight line from your shoulders to your heels.

Step 2: Bend at your elbows lowering your body towards the floor. Make sure your arms have a 45-degree angle with the body or less. As you lower your body, fold in your left knee and touch your elbow with it.

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how to do the Shoulder Tap Push-Up

Step 1: Move to the ground and lie face down on the floor with your body straight. Put your palms face down on the floor. Your fingers should be pointing straight ahead. You are going to put the palms of your hands directly under the shoulders.

You are now in the starting position.

Step 2: Tighten your entire body and keep it tight throughout the exercise. Extend at your elbows pressing your body to the top of the push-up position. Your body should form a straight line from your head to your heels.

Step 3 Version A: Lift one of your hands off of the ground and touch the opposite shoulder with the palm of your hand. Return your hand to the floor. Now raise your other hand off of the ground and tap the opposite shoulder with the palm of your hand. Return your hand to the floor.

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how to do the dead stop push-up

Step 1: Lie face down on the floor with your body straight. Put your palms face down on the floor. Your fingers should be pointing straight ahead. You are going to use a slightly wider than shoulder width positioning (your hands should be on the outsides of your shoulders).

Step 2: Extend at your elbows raising your body to the top of the push-up position. Your body should form a straight line from your head to your heels. Tighten your entire body and keep it tight throughout the exercise.

You are now in the starting position.

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woman showing how to do the switch lunge

Switch up your training today by adding some Jumping Switch Lunges into your routine.

When you are first learning the Switch Lunge, practice your form with just your bodyweight. Over time when you feel you have nailed your form, you can add extra resistance with Dumbbells, Barbell(probably the hardest due to you having to balance the bar on your back while jumping), Kettlebells or a heavy-duty weighted vest.

Lunges are an undeniably useful leg training exercise, and with all the different possible variations there is no reason for you to get bored.

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how to do the kneeling squat jump https://www.getstrong.fit/Your-Side-to-Side-Push-Ups-Exercise-Guide/Exercises

If you are looking to take your push-ups to the next level and place some additional focus on your shoulders then Side to Side push-ups are what you need to add to your routine.

Step 1: Lie face down on the floor with your body straight. Put your palms faceing down on the floor. Your fingers should be pointing straight ahead. You are going to use a slightly wider than shoulder width positioning.

Step 2: Extend at your elbows raising your body to the top of the push-up position. Your body should form a straight line from your head to your heels.

You are now in the starting position.

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