6 Bodyweight Exercises for Obese People–(Super Fast Way To Lose Weight & Burn Fat)
I know that’s a scary word for many people. However, I’ve got a great video for you to check out that will give you some easier variations of pushups that you can perform:
One thing I want to add to the video is to pause at the bottom position. I believe that you need to strengthen your abdominals from the beginning. And pushups are a great way to train your abs.
So, regardless of which variation you choose, I want you to pause for 2-3 seconds at the bottom position of the movement. This way, not only get you get extra stimulation for your triceps, shoulders, and chest, but also your abs.
Even if you choose to perform just wall pushups, that extra pause will certainly help.
At this point, your lower body should have gotten stronger. Its time to start squating! Stand in front of a chair or bench with your feet shoulder width apart, and hands in front of your body. Holding your hands straight out in front of you will help maintain balance.
Keep your back straight, chest out, and abs tight. From this position, push your hips back, just as you will sit down. Make sure to keep your back straight at all times. Keeping your head straight and looking forward will help with this.
Keep pushing your hips back until your knees bend naturally. Lower your body until your butt touches the edge of the chair or bench. Immediately stand back up and return to starting position.
Remember, you are not actually sitting down on the bench or chair.
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