At-Home Workout Walking the Dog Exercise
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Equipment: Kettlebell, pullup bar
Warmup: 3 rounds of Bird dogs, Side planks and McGill crunches (McGill big 3)
- rounds of:
- ½ max pullups
- ½ max Goblet squats
- rounds of:
- Hold kettlebell in front of you as though you were going to do Goblet squats. Hold the horns of the bell and keep your core tight. Walk until you feel like you need to drop the bell.
- Immediately do as many pushups as you can
Notes: For the first round, move quickly between exercises but you may rest for 1 minute between rounds. For the second series of rounds, keep moving until you are done. Keep the kettlebell high and don’t let it slump to a “curl” position, but don’t let it rest on your chest either. Don’t slump. Maintain good posture and keep your core tight. Don’t walk fast. Keep a slow pace like you are walking the dog.
Progression: Progress by resting less or increasing reps or rounds.
Emphasis: The first round is pretty standard. The second round is the real gem of this workout. This carry forces you to hold the kettlebell in an awkward position while you walk. As it becomes more difficult, you will be forced to work really hard to stabilize your core and it will become more difficult to breathe. This forces you to “breathe behind the shield” while walking, which is an excellent skill.