Day 66: Bunny Hop
by AccountingWEB on
We've taken an exercise suggested by Marcus Minier, exercise physiologist at The Gym in New York City, and completely revamped it for spring. This hopping exercise will target your thighs and calves to build muscle and it will strengthen your ankles. It will also give you a light aerobic workout as you bunny hop around the office.
Step 1: Stand with your hands on your hips, feet together. Bend your knees slightly.
Step 2: Hopping on both feet, hop ten times to the left.
Step 3: Repeat by hopping ten times to the right, back to your starting position.
Step 4: Hop forward ten times.
Step 5: Hop back ten times to your starting position.
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