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Bearcats working out


Guideline of how PRHS students stay physically fit and five exercise routines

Only 13 percent of Bearcats admit to not working out, with the majority of Bearcats getting active either on their own or as a part of a sport. Taking the initiative to get in shape can be easy, and quick workouts  such as the inchworm, tuck jump, lunges, mountain climbers, and supermans can help even the laziest person get fit. A survey was also taken on how often Bearcats exercise, where they go, and what they do. Chick here to take it

1. Inchworm –  Codie Wilshusen

Stand up tall with the legs straight. Keeping the legs straight, but not locked, slowly lower the torso toward the floor, and then walk the hands forward. Once in a push-up position, start taking tiny steps so the feet meet the hands. Continue bugging out for 4-6 reps.

2. Tuck Jump –  Kiah Williams

Standing with the knees slightly bent, jump up as high as possible and bring the knees in toward the chest while extending the arms straight out. Land with the knees slightly bent and quickly jump (on it) again.

3. Lunge –  Madison Mitchell  

Stand with the hands on the hips and feet hip-width apart. Step your right leg forward and slowly lower body until left (back) knee is close to or touching the floor and bent at least 90 degrees. Return to the starting position and repeat on the other side. Try stepping back into the lunge for a different variation.

4. Mountain Climber – Aniah Weaks

 Starting on your hands and knees, bring the left foot forward directly under the chest while straightening the right leg. Keeping the hands on the ground and core tight, jump and switch legs. The left leg should now be extended behind the body with the right knee forward.

5.Superman Ian Grace

 Lie face down with arms and legs extended. Keeping the torso as still as possible, simultaneously raise the arms and legs to form a small curve in the body and hold the pose for at long as you can. One-two minutes is recommended.


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