Half Kneeling to Hip Hinge -4-6 each side
Hindu Pushups – 6
Half Kneeling to Hip Hinge
Starting out in the half kneeling position with your left leg in front and right leg bent down with the shin resting on the floor. Drive up with the left leg and pulling your right knee upwards. Now with your left knee slightly bent, hinge back at your hips and fully extend your right leg behind you until your body forms a T-position with your trunk parallel to the floor. Extend through the right arm forward and old for 2 seconds and then stand up and back into the half kneeling position. Repeat 4-6 times on each side.
This move is perfect to build single-leg strength, core stability, and hip mobility
Get into the pushup position with your feet hip-width apart. Keep your core tight and back straight. Push your torso backward and move your butt up to a downward dog position. Bend your elbows to move your upper chest close to the ground while still keeping your hips up. Now drop your butt down, so that your body will be in a straight line. Straighten your arms and push your chest in the upward direction, forming an Upward-Facing Dog Position. Make sure to keep your chest forward, shoulders blades should be pulled together with legs staying tight and active. Repeat 6 times.
Hindu pushups is a great upper body exercise that works well on your Pectoral (Chest muscles), Deltoids, Triceps, Serratus anterior, subscapularis, hip and spine flexor, and erector spine.