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Y Fit - At Home Challenges

04 Jun 2020 - Y Fit

Now that we have gone through the correct way to perform some basic exercises including sit-ups, push-ups, squats and lunges, we want to see how many you can do!

How many Sit-ups can you do? 

This exercise is a great way to improve your core strength. It can also help with strengthening your diaphragm and posture. Looking to work on your  balance and stability.. a sit-up is perfect for getting your body to work the way you want it to!  

Click here to watch the tutorial on the correct techniques for this exercise.

What is the Max number of Push-ups you can do? 

Push-ups are beneficial for building upper body strength. They work the triceps, pectoral muscles, and shoulders. When performed correctly, they can also strengthen the lower back and core by engaging the abdominal muscles. Push-ups are a fast and effective exercise for building strength.

Click here to watch the tutorial on the correct techniques for this exercise.

How long will it take you to complete 21 squats? 

Squats activate a range of big muscles groups that assist in overall strength and balance, building strong muscles and strong joints while helping burn more fat.There are not many general everyday movements in our lives that don’t involve a squat style movement so ‘don’t skip leg day’!

Click here to watch the tutorial on the correct techniques for this exercise.

Can you complete 100 Lunges? The lunge is a powerful lower body exercise that is easy to learn and safe to do. Perfect for a home gym, you can do lunges with minimal equipment, or even use your body weight. They are very effective in targeting your glutes and quads. Lunges also work your calves, hamstrings and core.

Click here to watch the tutorial on the correct techniques for this exercise.

Once you have completed the challenges, don't forget to share your results with us on social media by using the hashtag #TheYathome

#theYathome Activity Disclaimer

All participants must ensure they have a clear area to perform all skills and activities prior to commencing the activity.  All child related activities must be conducted under parental supervision. 

You are responsible for you exercising within your limits. Only perform exercises and skills and repetitions that you are currently capable of performing. If you do not do it at the gym or in your regular Y program, do not attempt to do it at home. 

Do not attempt skills, exercises or activities displayed if you currently sustain any injuries or illness that excludes you from physical activity. If at any time you feel you are exercising beyond your current fitness abilities, or you feel discomfort, pain, dizziness or nausea, you should discontinue exercising immediately and seek medical assistance/advice where necessary.

To the extent permitted by law, The Y and its affiliates disclaim any and all liability in connection with the exercises in this video/post and any instructions and advice provided.

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