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Running

Jogging or running is a popular form of physical activity. About one in five Australians try running (or jogging) at some stage in their life. Running is an appealing exercise because it doesn’t cost a lot to take part and you can run at any time that suits you.

High Knees

High knees give you the benefit of sprinting without the space requirements. They’re simple to do, just sprint on the spot, driving your knees and your hands upwards alternatively.

Sumo Bodyweight Jump Squats

To accompany the close squat, the sumo squat variation helps you hit the insides of your legs more.

  1. Stand with your feet wide enough so that they point outwards at a 45 degree angle. Make sure your spine is in a straight, neutral position. Make sure your weight is through your heels.
  2. Squeeze your leg and core muscles as you lower your body downwards, use your hands for balance if needed. Lower yourself until your butt is an inch or two off the ground. Hold for 1-2 seconds.
  3. Explosively squeeze your leg and core muscles to raise yourself up into a jump. Landing softly before slowly moving into your second squat. This is one rep.

Lunge Jumps

Jumping lunges are another great variation to work on some explosive strength and variety!

  1. Stand with your feet hip width apart. Place your hands on your hips.
  2. Step forward with one leg, lowering down on the other until your knee almost touches the floor. Your front foot should be directly below your knee.
  3. Push up explosively off of your front foot, trusting your knee upwards and pushing upwards off your back leg to jump into the air.
  4. Whilst in the air, swap your legs over so you land into a lunge on your other foot.
  5. Repeat with the other leg.

Mountain Climbers

  1. Hold yourself in a high plank position, squeezing your core.
  2. Raise your knee towards your elbows without changing your hip height or spine position, bringing your leg forward with it.
  3. Fire your leg back into its original position. This is one rep.
  4. Repeat rapidly with the other leg.

Boxing Jabs

  1. Get in the boxing stance. We’ll use the left jab throughout this article — for the right jab, everything is reversed. So for now, place your left foot in front of your right, right angled out a bit, pointing toward your opponent. Put your hands up to protect your chin, tuck your elbows in, chin down, and make sure your hips are above your feet.
  2. Lean forward with your elbows in and your right hand a little higher than your left. Your right is protecting your chin, playing defense, while your left is up, waiting to strike. If you are taller than your opponent and it is unlikely that he will pull off a straight right to your face, you can keep it low for greater power and visibility. Otherwise, keep it at your chin ready to parry or block.
  3. Transfer your weight forward and jab. Simultaneously shift off your back (right) foot (but don’t let it come off the ground) and put your weight onto your left, while throwing your left arm into a quick, powerful jab. Twitch your entire left side forward while ever so slightly lifting the heel of your left foot. As your hand comes forward, your body’s weight should come forward at the same time.
  4. Be sure to rotate your palm down. When your hands are held at your chin, your thumbs are facing you. But when you go to jab, rotate your hands so that your palms are facing down, thumbs slightly lower than perfectly horizontal. Think of it like a slight corkscrew motion. It’s in that twist that there’s power — kind of like the cracking of a whip.

Reverse Lunge

A great variation on the forward lunge that will help hit additional small muscle groups.

This is performed in a very similar way to a standard lunge.

  1. Stand with your feet hip width apart. Place your hands on your hips.
  2. Step backwards with one leg, lowering down on the other until your knee touches (or almost touches) the floor. Your front foot should be directly below your knee.
  3. Push back off of your back foot and raise up to your initial position. This is one rep.
  4. Repeat with the other leg.

Side Dumbbell Raise

Side raises are great at working the middle section of your shoulders.

  1. Stand with your feet hip-width apart, holding a dumbbell in each hand by your side.
  2. Tense your core and slowly raise one arm up so it is straight out to your side, with your palm facing the floor. Hold for 2-3 seconds. You should be tensing your shoulder as you do this.
  3. Slowly lower the dumbbell back to your side.
  4. Repeat with the other arm. This is one rep.

Forward Lunge

Lunges are an excellent lower body move and will give you rapid results.

  1. Stand with your feet hip width apart. Place your hands on your hips.
  2. Step forward with one leg, lowering down on the other until your knee touches (or almost touches) the floor. Your front foot should be directly below your knee.
  3. Push back off of your front foot and raise up to your initial position. This is one rep.
  4. Repeat with the other leg.

Lateral Lunge

  1. Start with your feet hip width apart, place your hands on your hips. Keep your back straight and your shoulder blades pulled together.
  2. Send one leg out to your side, squatting down on it whilst providing support with your stationary leg and hands. Hold for 2-3 seconds.
  3. Push back off your bent leg, returning to a standing position. This is one rep.
  4. Repeat on the other side.


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