Burpee With Push-Up: Strengthens the Chest, Shoulders, Legs and Core

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You don’t need any equipment to do burpees. All you need is your own body weight and enough space to do the move. So even if you’re in a small apartment, hotel room or tiny office, you can still get your blood pumping by doing burpees.

“Burpee with push-up” is a full-body exercise, strengthening the muscles in your legs, hips, buttocks, abdomen, arms, chest and shoulders. Bauerfeind’s Sports Wrist Strap provides support and compression for better performance during workouts.

 

 

  1. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. 
  2. Squat as deeply as you can and place your hands on the floor. Kick back into a plank/push-up position.
  3. Do one push-up. 
  4. Bring your legs back to a squat and jump up, throwing your hands above your head.
  5. Land and repeat.

 

Primary muscles: Chest and Shoulders
Secondary muscles:
Glutes, Quads and Core

 

About Olympic Gold Medalist Thomas Roehler:

Thomas Roehler is a professional track and field athlete competing in javelin throw. He is a 2016 Olympic Gold Medalist with a personal best of 93.90 m. With a passion about fitness Thomas is showing us some of his favorite exercise to start the year with healthy habits and achieve your goals whether you are just getting started or have been working out for a long time.