Plyometric moves can build explosive power for the whole body.

These moves, which are often called push-ups or chin-ups, were created to build strength to use for other exercises.

This push-up is a one-leg or one-arm exercise that places your feet together so that your lower back is pressed against the weight bar. Push-ups are excellent for developing triceps, back, hamstrings, and abdominal muscles including the obliques. Use this routine three times per week to help keep your core muscles strong and your shoulder and back muscles strong. Pull-ups are one of the best exercises to build biceps and back muscles. As you know, biceps and back muscles are often considered as the most important muscles in maintaining good posture.


Push-ups are a great way to work out those upper body muscles you have been neglecting! They can be great for building chest muscles, upper back muscles, back muscles, and many others. The legs-raise is one of many exercises to develop and strengthen core muscles, particularly the obliques. The legs-raise is a one- or two-leg exercise that places your feet together so that your lower back is pressed against the weight bar. For the single leg version, place one foot on the bar while you raise the other leg in front of you. Remember that the back leg should always be tucked underneath your upper back where your shoulders will be engaged from your chest down. Be sure to breathe as you lift the leg and to keep your spine aligned. This routine can be performed using a variety of variations, including single-leg, split-leg, and full-body.

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With most versions, use the legs-raise position and bring the right foot up high on your chest to begin. The basic push-up involves bending over and pushing the right elbow into the left leg for both the front and back pushes. For the front push, place your weight in your right foot and move your left arm towards your front knee. For the back push, place your weight in your left foot and move your right arm towards your back knee. Try alternating between the two to see which works for you.


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