Join Toby Massenburg for an exercise that uses core stabilization, engaging both your upper and lower body, strengthening and toning your shoulders, core, and legs.
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Mountain Climber Exercise Hi this is Toby from Kansas and I'm going to e showing you guys who to do a Mountain Climber. Mountain Climbers are like the best thing you can do for course rank. Basically your entire you like abdominal and your lower back but they’re really good for endurances as well. Now the mountain climber as one of those really really cool things that you can do, because not only does it’s strengthen your core, it also helps in increasing your endurance. What you want to do is get down to the pushups position like so. So your arms are going to be about shoulders apart. Simply bring your right knee up to your chest and back to the start position. Try not to arch or bend your upper or lower part of you back. You try to do it as quickly as possible and the time period that you give yourself but you want to make sure that you’re doing it correctly as well. Now go and switch to the left side. Ideally you want to do this for about thirty seconds to five minutes. Beginners usually want to start with thirty seconds and when you get little mover advance, add another thirty seconds every let’s say two or three weeks. I'm Toby for Studio for fitness and we’ll see you next time.
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