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Elevated Step Burpee

The Elevated Step Burpee targets multiple muscle groups, boosting strength, endurance, and stability. The added step enhances challenge and range of motion. Great for legs, arms, and core.
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Elevated Step Burpee instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Start by standing in front of a raised platform or step, like a box or bench.
2
Move into a squat position and place your hands on the step.
3
Kick your feet back, so your body is in a high plank position on the step. Avoid letting your hips sag.
4
Pop your feet back underneath you, returning to a squat position facing the step.
5
Stand up, extending your hip and knee to fully straight position to the start. Repeat this for the programmed number of reps.
Start by standing in front of a raised platform or step, like a box or bench.
Move into a squat position and place your hands on the step.
Kick your feet back, so your body is in a high plank position on the step. Avoid letting your hips sag.
Pop your feet back underneath you, returning to a squat position facing the step.
Stand up, extending your hip and knee to fully straight position to the start. Repeat this for the programmed number of reps.
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