Do you want to know one of the most powerful core and leg exercises? Wouldn’t it be a relief knowing it is a simple floor exercise? Then I believe you’ll really appreciate the simplicity of the floor bridge. Here are my basic instructions on to do the floor bridge the right way.
How to Do a Floor Bridge
- Lie on the ground with your arms out to the sides, knees bent and your feet placed flat on the floor.
- Press your pelvis up and hold when your torso is 45° from the floor.
- Raise your heels, squeeze your butt and tighten your abs for a 3-count.
- Gradually lower your heels and butt back to the ground.
- Repeat this movement sequence.
For more of a challenge, try holding the top position for 30-60 seconds. That’s it for today! Go back and check out the other leg exercise blog posts:
The Other Leg Exercises
That’s it for today! Go back and check out the other leg exercise blog posts:
Once you have an understanding of these leg exercises, check out my book. The Home Workout Plan: How to Master Leg Exercises in 30 Days gives you a one-month plan for training your lower body.
Tune in next Tuesday as I share another great exercise for you try out in your current workout plan. Be sure to scroll up and subscribe to this blog for post notifications.
Until next week, take care of yourself and be happy!
(Exercise featured in The Home Workout Plan: How to Master Leg Exercises in 30 Days)
This blog post proposes exercise recommendations and all readers should consult a qualified medical professional before starting this or any other health & fitness program. As with any exercise program, if you experience any discomfort, pain or duress of any sort, stop immediately and consult your physician. The creators, producers, participants, advertisers and distributors of this blog post disclaim any liabilities or losses in connection with the exercises or advice herein. Any equipment or workout area used should be thoroughly inspected in advance as free of danger, flaw or compromise and the user assumes all responsibility when performing any movements contained in this blog and waives the equipment manufacturer, makers, and distributors of the equipment of all liabilities.