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But if those have gotten too easy for you (congratulations, you’re a beast), you can take the move up a notch by doing it on one leg. This forces your core to fight the battle of balance and stabilize while you are moving dynamically. Ready to give it a shot?
Start by perfecting mountain climbers. It sounds basic, but this is a great move to help you develop the core power and stability needed to explosively “pop up” out of the pushup position.
Practice standing on one leg. Then practice jumping on one leg to improve and build up your balance.
Bang out some standard burpees. If you’re not comfortable with the regular burpee, then there’s no way you’ll master the single-leg version.
1. Stand on one leg. Then drop down, allowing only the one foot to touch the ground.
2. Hop back, perform a pushup, hop forward.
3. Regain your balance, then explode straight up, landing on the same foot.
Pro tip: Pick a spot on the wall and stare at it to help maintain your balance while doing the move.