Slow BurpeeWhole body
It's a workout that you can do slowly when you're having a hard time with a normal burpee. As the movements are subdivided, please workout in a more accurate position!
1. Make sure to keep your core engaged throughout the entire exercise. 2. If you have any existing injuries or medical conditions, consult your doctor before performing this exercise. 3. Keep your movements slow and controlled.
1. Once you are in the squat position, lower your body down to the ground in a slow and controlled manner. 2. Place your hands on the ground and kick your feet back into a push-up position. 3. Perform a push-up. 4. Bring your feet back to the squat position. 5. Jump up and reach your arms overhead.
1. As you lower your body into the squat position, take a deep breath in. 2. As you kick your feet back into the push-up position, exhale. 3. As you perform the push-up, inhale. 4. As you bring your feet back to the squat position, exhale. 5. As you jump up, inhale.
1. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, your core engaged, and your arms at your sides. 2. Bend your knees and lower your body into a squat position.