10 Most Decieving Exercises that tone more than you think!
Tip: Modify this move by using a resistance band or do them in front of chair or weight bench in case you lose your balance or get stuck (It happens)
Tip: Don't take your eyes off the dumbbell at any time.
Tip: Make your burpees more challenging by adding in a push up before the squat thrust and/or a tuck jump when you come back up to your feet.
Tip: Get an adult-sized hoop (usually about 10-13 feet in circumference). The larger it is, the easier it is to keep in motion. You can even make your own for just a few bucks.
Tip: Try rotating the top of the Krankcycle to work yourmuscles in the opposite direction, says Kranking instructor Melissa Schenck. "This counters the hunching forward we do with our back and shoulders in daily activities."
Tip: With hundreds of variations, there's never a reason to be bored. Try plyo push-ups by pushing off your hands to catch a little air for a challenge or keep your elbows tucked in to your sides to work yourtriceps.
Tip: Make sure your shoulders are holding the weight of the bar so you don't strain your wrists or roll the bar into your throat (the worst part of the latter is that not only does it really hurt but you can't even call for help!).
Tip: Place your hands on top of your head or hold them out in front to add a little work for your shoulders. But whatever you do, don't cheat and rest them on your thighs!
Tip: Once you've got the hang of it, try doing as many double unders in a row as you can.
Tip: Bored of the plain ol' plank? Try lifting up one arm and the opposite leg to really challenge your core and balance.