Improving my Muscular Endurance

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by ascheurmann
Last updated 4 years ago

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Health & Fitness
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Improving my Muscular Endurance

1. Warm Up

2. Stretches

Circuit

Circuit

8. Spiderman Plank

3. Inchworm

6. Reverse Crunches

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After looking at my results on my fitness appraisal I have noted that there are a few things I need to work on. These things include things such as my flexibility as well as my muscular endurance. For a while I have wanted to improve my muscular endurance to make tasks such as walking a long distance for example or going up the stairs in the morning at school an easier task. Therefore, I have decided to make a circuit that is designed to work on my muscular endurance. I have researched online workouts that work on muscular endurance and from that inspiration, I have created and formed a circuit I can do without any equipment.

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Improving my Muscular Endurance

The inchworm is an exercise that works the arms, chest and upper back as well as the lower back and abs. Do the inchworm movement for 10 repetitions.

4. Lunges

The lunge is a great movement for developing the thighs and strengthening the hips. Do lunges on each leg for 10 repetitions.

5. Box Press Ups

Box Press Ups is an easier version of a standard push up however it is still a good variation to help improve your upper body. Do 10 box push up repetitions.

Repeat this whole set of movements for 3 times in total.

Start with a warm up in this circuit I jumped rope for 5 minutes. This was to elevate my heart rate and get my body ready for the workout

Before starting do some dynamic stretches to ensure your muscles and other parts of your body you are working on will not get injured.

The reverse crunch strengthens your abdominal muscles while placing less strain on your back and neck than a regular crunch. Do this for 20 repetitions.

It targets the external and internal obliques, the transversus abdominus, and the lower back. All these areas are important to help you get stronger, leaner, and faster. Do this for 10 reptitions on each leg.


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