Tuesday, August 27

Exercise of the Month: August


The traditional burpee is great for those seeking a single move that burns big calories and offers a full body workout with each repetition. 

The BOSU push-up burpee is a new spin on this classic exercise that should become a part of your regular routine.

How to:
  • Pick up BOSU ball with soft/round side facing away from your body. Hold it with a firm grip.
  • Bend forward at the knees and waist to place the soft side of the BOSU down on the ground.
  • Immediately hop both feet into a plank position and perform a push-up with your hands gripped on the side of the BOSU ball.
  • Quickly hop both feet towards the ball then stand, lifting the BOSU ball up to chest.
  • Repeat 10-12 times.
  • Beginner/Intermediate Option: Hold plank
Balance, power and core strength

Muscle Group:
Core, chest, arms, quads, glutes and hamstrings

Note: The information presented here is not a substitute for medical advice. Consult a physician before starting any exercise. We suggest that you discontinue exercise immediately if you feel you are exercising beyond your current abilities.

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