It’s Friday! Which means two days of NO driving to school and picking up from school and dropping the other kid off at school then picking the other kid up at school then running errands then driving home. Phew! Are you in the car all week too? If so, here’s a quick tip to help […]
Start in a push up position, lower into a push up. As you come up, jump your feet forward, keeping hands on the ground. Spring up into a standing position. Finish with a jump with hands overhead. Repeat by dropping back down into a crouching position and kicking your legs out to the rear into […]
From a hands and knees position, bring your bellybutton towards your spine and pull your shoulders down and back. Exhale and push your spine up using your abdominal muscles. Hold for 10 seconds. Inhale and push your spine down towards the floor. Hold for 10 seconds. Repeat.
This photo shows a push up progression from easiest to hardest. Choose the position in which you can do at least 8 push ups, but it is difficult to do 12. Hands should be slightly wider than shoulder-width apart.
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