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Wall Walk

The Wall Walk is a body weight exercise that enhances shoulder and core strength and stability. It mimics a handstand walk, where you start in a push-up position and "walk" up a wall, enhancing upper body strength and balance.
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Wall Walk instructions
Step-by-step instructions
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Start in a high plank position with your feet against a wall.
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Begin to walk your feet up the wall while moving your hands towards the wall.
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Continue until your body is nearly vertical, or as far as you can comfortably go.
4
Take small steps to slowly walk your hands backwards and feet down the wall, returning to the starting position.
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Repeat the exercise for the desired number of reps while avoiding arched or saggy back.
Start in a high plank position with your feet against a wall.
Begin to walk your feet up the wall while moving your hands towards the wall.
Continue until your body is nearly vertical, or as far as you can comfortably go.
Take small steps to slowly walk your hands backwards and feet down the wall, returning to the starting position.
Repeat the exercise for the desired number of reps while avoiding arched or saggy back.
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