Burpees and a Lebert Equalizer.wmv





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Published on Dec 2, 2011

Burpees are a great full body exercise that is also an awesome cardio/metabolic conditioning movement! Here is how to do a Burpee and some variations using the Lebert Equalizer. Filmed by Coach Tina Canavan and Todd Cambio, CSCS.

History of the Burpee: Created in the 1930's by psychologist Royal H. Burpee, the burpee is an intense full body exercise that helps burn fat and tone muscles. A burpee is done in the following 5 steps:

1) Stand with feet shoulder width apart.
2) Drop to a squat with your hands on the ground.
3) Kick feet back while lowering into a push-up.
4) Return to squat position.
5) Jump up with arms overhead.

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