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Join Ty Keck for an exercise that combines coordination and strength, through your upper and lower body, toning and sculpting ...
your chest, shoulders, triceps, abs, glutes, thighs, and hamstrings.
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Push-up to Squat Jump
Hi, I’m Ty Keck and I am from Goodland, Kansas.
My philosophy in training is basically the quality of the out come is determined by the energy that you put into it. So basically, whatever you put into it is what your go and get out of it.
I’m going to show you the Push-up to Squat Jump. Well, the Push-up to Squat Jump is a full body workout. To do it correctly, I really believe that you got to focus on the muscles being worked in order to get the most effective workout.
To begin with the thing, we’ll show you the beginner’s version which incorporates the quads, the glutes, the cabs, the chest, basically everything. And you’re going to be focusing on each specific muscle group doing the exercise. You have to be very focused when you do this exercises because it work your entire body.
So to begin, sit on your knees, your hand or shoulder width apart, you can do a push-up, straight down, feet kind of underneath the hips and jump straight up in the air and absorb the shock down. It’s really important that you absorb the shock so you don’t hurt your lower back but also to make sure that your cores is strong as you do this.
If you want to move up to the more intermediate version, you want to begin with your arms out wide, shoulder width apart. You want to make sure that your back is straight, control the push-up down. Deep lay the hips and jump up and absorb the shock down. It’s really important that you keep your abs tight. Contract your quad, contract your glutes and make sure you control the movement down.
Alright, I’m moving on. I’m going to show you the advance move. With this, this is for the advance people. You guys can do this. Do again, the perfect push-up position. Control the movement down. Bring your fit in and jump straight up. But I’m going to do this full speed to push, up and absorb the shock. You do this, important that you control the movement down. Keep your abs tight. So it doesn’t matter what your level you do, whether it’s beginner, intermediate or advance.
This is Push-up to Jump Squat that works to chest, the shoulder, the quad, the glutes.
This is a great cardio workout and it’s specific to work the entire body. We’ll see you next time. I’m Ty Keck.