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April 17th, 2019

Published April 17, 2019
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Feel the burn with this one-block workout that will really make your core strong and tight your glutes! Let’s kick this off with kneeling pushups. These are a great starting point to any push up variation. It’s really important to keep perfect form is essential in these to make them effective and learn them properly so you can progress. Make sure to keep your arms at 90 degrees and keep your glutes squeezed and pelvis tucked (don’t arch your back!). Next, let’s do kneeling inchworms. They work your deltoids (shoulders), triceps (the back of your arms), chest, abs and even those stubborn bingo wings under your armpits. It’s super important to keep those glutes tight the entire time to make this exercise work well and keep proper form. Keep those glute tight otherwise this exercise isn’t effective! Squeeze your glutes as you walk your arms forward and keep a strong core. Then we turn to burpee walkouts. Sit back through your heels as your hands go to the ground. Use your hands to rock back to your heels Keep your feet flat. They get your arms and legs doing a lot of work, and they’re also great cardio. When you come down, think about it like you’re bending down to grab something with perfect form, then step each leg back, walk them back up to squatting and stand back up If you want to ease into squat thrusts or full burpees, try adding a hop at the end of each walkouts. Really put some power behind your legs as you walk them out and then back in. If you haven’t yet, try jumping your legs back forward or jumping up and you finish. We're wrapping block 1 with step jacks. Keep this whole exercise active by really pushing up your arms and stepping out your legs. These will get your heart rate up and leave you feeling amazing. If you’re not doing them right it can seem super easy to just step back in forth, but you want to make sure you’re keeping those arms active and really using those glutes to push your legs out. If you’ve been doing step jacks, I want to challenge you to try a few jumping jacks –– remember not to stomp your feet as you come down and take it slowly if you’re having difficulties. Let’s get this workout started! <div class="text-center my-5 hidden-sm-down"> <img class="img-fluid" src="" alt="Round One"> </div> <div class="text-center my-5 hidden-md-up"> Block 1 <hr> </div> <h4>40 seconds work |20 seconds rest |5 rounds</h4> <div class="row justify-content-center text-center"> <div class="col-12 col-md-4"> <img class="img-fluid" src="" alt="KNEELING PUSHUP"> <p>KNEELING PUSHUP</p> </div> <div class="col-12 col-md-4"> <img class="img-fluid" src="" alt="KNEELING INCHWORMS"> <p>KNEELING INCHWORMS</p> </div> <div class="col-12 col-md-4"> <img class="img-fluid" src="" alt="BURPEE WALKOUT"> <p>BURPEE WALKOUT</p> </div> <div class="col-12 col-md-4"> <img class="img-fluid" src="" alt="STEP JACKS"> <p>STEP JACKS</p> </div> </div>

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