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  • Side Bridge

    • force push
    • level beginner
    • category core
    • movement isolated
  • Squat

    <p>The squat is a staple and very effective exercise for toning and defining several major muscle groups of the lower body, primarily the quadriceps and glute muscles, as well as the lower back.&nbsp;</p>

    • force push
    • level beginner
    • category lower body
    • movement compound
  • Assisted Bodyweight Squat

    • force push
    • level beginner
    • category lower body
    • movement compound
  • Shrimp Squat

    <p>The Shrimp Squat is a variation on the single-leg squat, that is more difficult than a pistol squat or a bulgarian split squat due to the stabilization and balance required, as well as more of the body weight being shifted backwards.</p>

    • force push
    • level advanced
    • category lower body
    • movement compound
  • Parallel Bar Support Hold

    <p>The Parallel Bar Support Hold is a great exercise to build up strength for dips. It works the shoulders and pectoral muscles using isometric contraction.</p>

    • force push
    • level beginner
    • category upper body
    • movement isolated
  • Swiss Ball Rollout

    • force push
    • level intermediate
    • category core
    • movement isolated
  • Hip Bridge (Glute Bridge)

    • force push
    • level beginner
    • category lower body
    • movement compound
  • Push Up

    <p>The push up is a staple bodyweight and calisthenics exercise that helps you tone and define your chest, shoulders and triceps. There are many variations of the standard push up, including wide and close grip, weighted, knee push ups, marine push ups and even dive-bomber push ups. Read on for all the juicy information!</p>

    • force push
    • level beginner
    • category upper body
    • movement compound
  • Chest Dip

    • force push
    • level intermediate
    • category upper body
    • movement compound
  • Split Squat

    • force push
    • level intermediate
    • category lower body
    • movement compound
  • Single Leg Split Squat (Bulgarian Split Squat)

    • force push
    • level intermediate
    • category lower body
    • movement compound
  • Step Up

    • force push
    • level beginner
    • category lower body
    • movement compound
  • Bench Press

    • force push
    • level intermediate
    • category upper body
    • movement compound
  • Jump Lunge (Split Jump)

    • force push
    • level intermediate
    • category lower body
    • movement compound
  • Burpee

    • force push
    • level intermediate
    • category full body
    • movement compound
  • Kettlebell Swing

    • force push
    • level advanced
    • category lower body
    • movement compound
  • Knee Push Up

    <p>Knee pushups are an easier variation on the Push Up. If you can't do a regular push up yet, use this exercise to work up to it.</p>

    • force push
    • level beginner
    • category upper body
    • movement compound
  • Diamond Push Up (Close Grip Push Up)

    <p>A variation on the standard <a href="https://www.strengthify.com/exercises/push-up" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">push up</a>, this exercise targets your triceps muscles to a much greater degree. Why is it called the diamond push up? Because it will make your muscles as hard as diamonds, of course (okay, it's because your hands form a diamond shape!).</p>

    • force push
    • level intermediate
    • category upper body
    • movement compound
  • Handstand Push Up (Handstand Shoulder Press)

    <p>For advanced trainees, this exercise targets the Anterior Deltoid. Why is it so advanced? Your pushing your entire body weight up and down while needing to balance yourself to keep yourself from falling.</p>

    • force push
    • level advanced
    • category upper body
    • movement compound
  • Clap Push Up

    • force push
    • level beginner
    • category upper body
    • movement compound
  • Dive Bomber Push Up

    <p>An advanced version of the <a href="http://www.strengthify.com/exercises/push-up" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">push up</a>, this variation focuses more on your shoulders in addition to your chest, and also stresses the lower fibers of the pectoral muscles when returning.&nbsp;</p>

    • force push
    • level advanced
    • category upper body
    • movement compound
  • Leg Extension

    • force push
    • level beginner
    • category lower body
    • movement isolated
  • Russian Twist

    • force push
    • level intermediate
    • category core
    • movement compound
  • Bent Knee Reverse Leg Lift

    <p>This exercise is good for strengthening and toning your butt muscles and targets the gluteus maximus.</p>

    • force push
    • level beginner
    • category lower body
    • movement isolated
  • Side Lunge Touchdown

    <p>This exercise is great for incorporating your hip abductors into what is a variation of the lunge exercise.</p>

    • force push
    • level intermediate
    • category lower body
    • movement compound
  • Frog Squat Jumps

    <p>Frog squat jumps are a great exercise for strengthening your quadriceps, gluteus maximus (butt), and hamstrings. Because of the explosive jumping involved, it is a plyometric exercise and primarily stresses the type II muscle fibers, causing greater muscle definition and toning.</p>

    • force push
    • level intermediate
    • category lower body
    • movement compound
  • Military Press (Overhead Press)

    • force push
    • level intermediate
    • category upper body
    • movement compound
  • Arm Circles Forward

    <p>Arm circles are great as a warm up exercise as well as for increasing muscular endurance in the shoulders. It's a good idea to progress from starting with small circles, then to medium circles and then perform big circles.</p>

    • force push
    • level beginner
    • category upper body
    • movement isolated
  • Frog Squat

    • force push
    • level intermediate
    • category lower body
    • movement compound
  • Front Plank

    • force push
    • level beginner
    • category core
    • movement isolated
  • Lunge

    • force push
    • level beginner
    • category lower body
    • movement compound