The HIIT Workout for Epic Strength
Get into a high-plank position, keeping shoulders aligned with your wrists. Draw in the abs as you alternate bringing each knee towards the opposite elbow as if running in a prone position.
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- Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, hands at your sides
- Bend the knees and reach your palms to the floor, then jump back into plank position
- Perform one full push-up
Get into a high-plank position with hands directly under the shoulders. With the abs drawn in, alternate bringing each hand up to tap the opposite shoulder, making sure to place it back down in alignment each time.
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End every workout on a high note
Keeping good form and technique at the forefront of your fitness goals is incredibly important.
Not only does proper performance mean fewer injuries and better recovery, but it also helps with your mindset. When we get stuck in the rep or max rabbit hole (where we put more weight on the bar and finish the set regardless of form), our mindset also suffers.