4 fitness exercises that professionals love

Exercise is healthy and good for the body. Would you rather start your training with easier exercises? Then we have the best exercises for beginners for you here >>

Anyone who is already fully trained and looking for new challenges can try the following exercises.

4 fitness exercises that professionals love

1. Armless Reverse Crunch

We start with a relatively easy exercise. Most sports enthusiasts are familiar with the reserve crisis. The arms are usually stretched to the right and left of the body. And this is how it works advanced version:

  • Lie on your back on a mat. Stretch your legs and feet toward the ceiling.
  • Now position your arms in such a way that they extend at a 90 degree angle at the elbow joint. Your palms up.
  • Now start lifting your toes.
  • About 20 to 30 repetitions.

2. Medicine ball push-ups

We all know push-ups. Exercise strengthens the tension of our body and the muscles of the arms. Even the normal version has it all. A medicine ball, which you can easily integrate into push-ups, ensures even more drops of sweat. For example like this:

  • Get on a mat and get into a push-up position.
  • Position the medicine ball at chest height and rest your hands on it, rather than on the ground.
  • Now bend your arms and lower your torso towards the ground.
  • Hold the position for a few seconds before using the strength of your arms to push yourself up.
  • About 10 repetitions. The unstable ground will especially challenge you. Alternatively, you can place the ball under one hand.

3. Wall handstand

The handstand also belongs to the series of demanding training units. Strengthens the torso and upper body and trains balance. Novice athletes should refrain from performing this exercise as it requires experience, training, and strength. And the risk of injury is high. Here’s how to do it right:

  • Stand facing a wall. You can use it to support yourself if necessary.
  • Lean forward and place your hands straight in front of you. The middle finger should point forward.
  • Now get in the handstand. Press your palms firmly into the floor and tense your entire body.
  • Hold the position with your arms extended for about 5 to 10 seconds. A training partner can provide assistance during the exercise if needed.

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