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5 Wonderful Workouts to Improve Mobility and Athleticism

16 Jul, 2017

5 Wonderful Workouts to Improve Mobility and Athleticism

5 Wonderful Workouts to Improve Mobility and Athleticism

Have you ever plan to do workouts but quit it quickly? Here are 5 wonderful workouts for you to improve mobility and athleticism!

  By reading this article, you can get information as follows:

1.Alternating Shoulder Taps

2.Side Plank

3.Elboews-to-Hands Plank

4.Duck Walk

5.Squat to Side Lunge        

Directions

You have two options for performing this routine: After a 5- to 10-minute dynamic warmup, either do all sets and reps for one move before going to the next, or cycle through a set of each move as a circuit, resting as needed.

1.Alternating Shoulder Taps

Equipment: No Equipment

Body Parts: Core

<1>Get into a pushup position with your legs spread wide for support.

Get into a pushup position

<2>Brace your core and reach your right hand up to your left shoulder and tap it briefly. Repeat on the opposite side.

 reach your right hand up to your left shoulder

2.Side Plank

Equipment: Medicine Ball

Body Parts: Abs

<1> Lie on your left side resting your left forearm on the floor for support.

Lie on your left side

<2> Raise your hips up so that your body forms a straight line and brace your abs—your weight should be on your left forearm.

your body forms a straight line

3.Elboews-to-Hands Plank

Equipment: No Equipment

Body Parts: Chest

<1> Bend your elbows 90 degrees and rest your weight on your forearms.

Bend your elbows 90 degrees

<2> One arm at a time, push yourself into a pushup position, arms fully extended beneath you. Lower yourself, back down to the elbow plank starting position.

 push yourself into a pushup position

4.Duck Walk

Equipment: No Equipment

Body Parts: Legs

<1> Place your hands behind your head and descend into a squat.

 Place your hands behind your head and descend into a squat.

<2> Keep your torso upright, chest high, and core braced as you walk forward.

Keep your torso upright

5.Squat to Side Lunge

Equipment: No Equipment

Body Parts: Legs

<1> Stand with feet about shoulder width and execute a squat rep to whatever depth feels comfortable while keeping tension in your ankles, knees, and hips.

Stand with feet

<2> Stand tall and then take a lateral lunge. Return to the start position and repeat the sequence, this time side lunging with the opposite leg.

Stand tall and then take a lateral lunge.


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