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5 exercises inspired by the animal world

People can benefit from the animal world if they had learned and apply to their own lives.

“Biomimicry”, understood in short, is to use natural materials to solve human problems. We very often apply this approach to life. Hey, we learn of frogs swimming style to move underwater. We even designed wetsuit propellers and shark skin structure to increase water survival. We can say, between us and the animal kingdom existed tight bond.

5 Exercises Inspired By The Animal World
5 Exercises Inspired By The Animal World

Even within the same workout. Due to the structure of the body is not the same that every species of animal (including human beings) have different ways to move. Because of the way the different moving parts are also different participating agencies. The animal study will help us to develop a comprehensive body.

5 Exercises Inspired (1): Crab walk

The crab can not move forward but always can only cross cows. So that people tend to say: Horizontal such as crabs. Do not think that easy to cross as crabs. This action requires the involvement of multiple muscle groups, including the following hand muscles, muscle thighs, abs and shoulder muscles.

5 Exercises Inspired By The Animal World
5 Exercises Inspired By The Animal World

Crab walk ways done as follows: Start with both hands on the ground, palms facing down. Lift your upper body up, use your left hand and right foot forward. Continue the exercise with the remaining two limbs. After going to be a ramp, move in the opposite direction.

5 Exercises Inspired (2): Bear crawl

Unlike movements Crab Walk, Bear Crawl require you to face the ground. This is extremely effective exercises for the body after the hand, shoulder muscles, chest muscles and muscles of the back portion.

Bear Crawl how to perform the following: Two fully outstretched, legs curl. Similarly Crab walk, towards the left hand and right foot forward. Followed by the right hand and left foot. It’d be a move in the opposite direction.

5 Exercises Inspired By The Animal World
5 Exercises Inspired By The Animal World

Bear Crawl movement includes many variations. You can combine with Bear Crawl Push-up, cross-legged or Bear Crawl. Not necessarily you have to Bear Crawl on the horizontal plane. Try Bear Crawl from the ground floor to the top floor of his view, that would be great.

5 Exercises Inspired (3): Duck Walk

This innocent animals bring to our movement patterns outsiders found it lovely to look at that person in the ears purple blush. Duck walk is really a big challenge for your legs. The anterior thigh muscle groups, thigh, hip muscles will operate at full capacity.

5 Exercises Inspired By The Animal World
5 Exercises Inspired By The Animal World

Duck walk ways done as follows: Start with the squatting position, similar to all regular Squat. Instead of standing up, you go forward. Be careful not to take too considering knee with the foot and ensure the spine parallel to the knee.

5 Exercises Inspired (4): Monkey walk

Animals apes are known for unusual toughness. Learn to walk the monkeys will help you develop the upper body and lower body.

How to Do Monkey walk as follows: initial posture as Bear Crawl, but instead move forward, you will go back to the left or right. In order to increase the difficulty, perform some acrobatic shot on the go.

5 Exercises Inspired By The Animal World
5 Exercises Inspired By The Animal World

 5 Exercises Inspired (5): Lizard Crawl

This movement is super hard to master the idea of moving Ido Portal – who coached McGregor. Some say, this exercise comprehensive physical development to the point where it can replace all conventional push-ups.

5 Exercises Inspired By The Animal World
5 Exercises Inspired By The Animal World

How to Do Lizard crawl as follows: Posture started almost’re inhaling soil, people close to the floor. Wide left hand sweep forward, lift the butt right up to put themselves on the right knee approach.


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