From a rigid plank position, with hands on the ground, arms perpendicular to the floor and fully extended, lower yourself until your chest touches the ground. Return to the starting position by pressing into the floor. Keep yourself as rigid as possible throughout. Limit any change in body angle as much as possible. Common mistakes include pivoting at the hips while on the way down.
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Assistance for Bodyweight Exercises
With training bars and training plates we've been able to introduce the major lifts like squats, deadlifts, presses and jerks, cleans, and the snatch to all comers, including seniors, regardless of ability. This approach is not novel; many of the most suc
The push-up, long a favorite among junior high school P.E. teachers and Marine Corps drill instructors, is for many, more closely associated with punishment than anything else.
CrossFit Level 2 Certificate Course
The movements page is a breakdown from your workout programming. It is a great tool for analysis, but it does not show you how to effectively design, scale or evaluate your programming. We highly recommend attending the CrossFit Level 2 Certificate Course to learn how.