Men'S Bodyweight Exercises

Men'S Bodyweight Exercises

There are many bodyweight exercises for men. These exercises can help you get fit and sculpt your muscles for a great look. And you do not have to go to the gym and use the weights and machines - all you need to get a great workout of the whole body is your own body weight.


Lizards are a great way to work your chest, triceps and shoulders. Keeping the abdominals contracted throughout the movement also helps your abdomen work. With your toes on the floor, with your hands directly below your shoulders, slowly lower your chest to the floor and return to the starting position. Repeat as many as you can before you start to lose shape.


Squats are a good way to work your legs and buttocks. Squats quickly and also raise your heart rate, which will add cardio benefits in your routine. Standing with your feet at your hips, lower your body to the ground, as if you were sitting in a chair. Stop when your thighs are parallel to the ground, and start over. Remember to keep your knees extended beyond your toes. To avoid this, keep your weight centered on the heels of your feet, with no weight on the toes.


The pull-ups are a great way to train your back and arms. With your hands on the bar, pull your body up until your chin is on top of the bar, and then slowly lower your body back to the starting position. There are many different ways you can experience, but first you master the dominated standard as described.


Abdominal muscle exercises. For a series of sit-ups, start on the floor with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor. With your arms crossed over your chest, lift your shoulders and back off the floor and proceed to sit down, then slowly lower your body to the ground.


Start standing with your hands on your hips. Step forward with one leg while lowering until the front leg forms a 90 degree angle. Next, push the front foot to start again. Change your leg and repeat. Lunges are a great way to work your legs. Also, just like squats, if you do this fast, you raise your heart rate and get an additional cardiovascular benefit to your training.

Back extension

This exercise is important because the lower back works. The lower back is a common source of pain in men, so be sure to reinforce it to avoid pain and injury. Start by contracting your stomach. With arms outstretched, palms facing the ground, raise arms and legs a few inches off the ground.Hold the position for a count, and start over.

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