www.FatLossClassroom.comdriving your elbow pits forward rather than simply pushing up. Repeatthe movement from side to side, pressing off alternating arms.
2. Spice Up Your 1-Leg Romanian Deadlift
The Flamingo is a cool variation the 1-Leg RDL. It adds an element of timing and coordination that makes it a little more fun, while burningmore fat and recruiting more muscle through increased stimulation of the nervous system. And yeah, you sorta look like abig pink bird.Here's how to do it:Stand tall with feet shoulder width apart. Shift your weight to one foot,and raise the opposite leg,bent loosely at the knee. This is your start position.Stretch the heel of the freeleg back as your shoulderscome forward, pivoting atthe waist. You can hold your armsout to the sides like atightrope walker forbalance as you extend.Keep going until you havea nice straight line from head to heel.Come as parallel to the floor as possible while maintaining that straightline.Only go as low as you can while maintaining proper alignment.Squeeze the glute of the planted leg to pivot back to the start position.
3. Do the Dead Bug instead of crunches
Crunches are a staple in a lot of bodyweight programs. But not only arethousands of crunches incredibly boring to do, they can also bedownright dangerous for your lower back health. Squash a roach