Only do the position that you feel you can handle. Make sure your surrounding area is safe. Have cushioning under your knees when doing the push-up exercises and behind you when doing the back exercises.
Reps can be between 5 and 20 (a rep is one complete movement)
Sets can be 1 to 3 (a set is a number of reps)
Progression can be a change in body position and the number of sets and reps.
Make sure you’re breathing!
Usually there’s at least three people involved so I’m still working on lighting, etc.
Keep Happy, Healthy, Safe, and Sane!
Take your time and understand how to do the movements properly. That’s much more important than just swinging your legs around. This isn’t meant to burn you but to warm-up the limbs using proper posture. Only do what you feel you can. It’s a short workout but it is a workout. 3-8 reps. Do all the movements than if you’re bursting with energy repeat. But leave some energy for the rest of the day.
Circling the feet didn’t get on the camera so just do them on your own, slowly, in both directions.
Normally Andraya would be behind the camera and Taylor would be in the front working with me or one of our other friends. We’ll have to wait awhile before that happens again. So be patient with the lighting and other video misalignments.
This was filmed with a Nikon D7100 camera. Audio recorded with a Nikon ME-1 mic. Edited with filmora9 and converted to MP4 with Wondershare.