Burpee Exercise


Burpee Exercise is a compound, effective cardiovascular workout. Burpee workout needs no exercising equipment that enhances the benefits of the exercise as you can perform it anywhere anytime. Adding a few sets of Burpees provide you a full body workout. Burpee improves your physical conditions, strength, agility and balance. Burpee workout is a quick option to tone your body and it positively burns fats and builds muscles all over the body. Burpees are also known as “Squat Thrusts”. It is a series of three popular moves including squat, jumping jack and pushup. The move is simple but challenging to perform correctly. It enhances the strength of heart, lungs and all over the body muscles.

Burpee Exercise - Step 1

Step 1

Begin standing in a semi- squat position.

Burpee Exercise - Step 2

Step 2

Bend down, placing your hands on the floor in front of you.

Burpee Exercise - Step 3

Step 3

Jump or kick both feet back into a prone plank position

Burpee Exercise - Step 4

Step 4

Then immediately return your feet to the squat position.

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