in Quadriceps Exercise
Main Muscle Worked: Quadriceps
Vertically place a loaded barbell on the floor. Stand parallel to the barbell.
Stand up straight with your feet shoulder width away from each other. Your hands should be hanging on your sides and your knees slightly bent.
Bend forward at your hips by pushing your hips to the back. Continue until your hands touches the floor.
Right after your hands touches the floor, kick your legs to the back so that you end up in a push up position. Your elbows should be bent.
After that, press up like what you do in a push up. As you do this, push your hips up.
Once your arms are fully extended, jump your feet forward until they are under your hips.
Immediately extend your knees and hips to go back to a standing position.
Complete the repetition by jumping in the air as you bring your hands overhead, aiming to land on the other side of the barbell.
Repeat then return to the other side of the bar.
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