If you look at my strength and conditioning programs, I stick with the basics.
Squats. Deadlifts. Pull-ups. Lunges. Box Jumps. Bounds. Med Ball Slams.
There’s nothing completely “face melting worthy” in there, although, at times, I do get creative with progressions:
This week’s exercise made my Instagram followers lose their minds. In a good way.
I received several messages like this:
– “Holy sh*t! That’s genius!”
– “A physical therapist wouldn’t even come up with that!” <— can you imagine what that did for my ego?
– “Your exercises are so dope. How do you come up with them?”
– “Are you a magical unicorn, Erica?”
I appreciated the love. And I’m super pumped what I thought was a basic exercise I used to do in ballet class (except with added load), turned into a “face melting worthy” exercise.
Here it is:
What does this do?
– Strengthens the feet, ankles, and calves.
– That’s about it.
– Sorry I didn’t dive into a dissertation on exercise physiology.
Perform 3 sets of walking for 30 yards. Rest for 45-60 seconds in between.