44 Best Burpee (Squat Thrust) Exercises Ever!

“The burpee, also known as the squat thrust, is a full body exercise used in strength training and as an aerobic exercise. It is performed in four steps, and was originally known as a “four-count Burpee”:

1. Begin in a standing position.
2. Drop into a squat position with your hands on the ground. (count 1)
3. Kick your feet back, while keeping your arms extended. (count 2)
4. Immediately return your feet to the squat position. (count 3)
5. Stand up from the squat position (count 4) [1]” – Burpee (Squat Thrust)

Burpees – 44 Best Burpee (Squat Thrust) Exercises Ever…

44 year old Funk Roberts shows you 44 Burpee Variations.

The burpee is the “Ultimate Metabolic (Fat Burning) Bodyweight Exercise”.

Burpees (Squat Thrust) are a compound exercise that works almost every muscle in your body in one short sequence of movements. The exercise simultaneously works the upper body, lower body and core at once.

Burpee (Squat Thrust) Exercises
1. Alternating Leg Raise Burpees 0:11
2. Med Ball Split Push Up Burpees 0:19
3. Plyo Lunge Burpees 0:28
4. Big Plyo Box Jump Burpees (Continuous) – 0:36
5. One Arm Dumbbell Clean and Press Burpees – 0:45
6. One Arm Battle Rope Burpees 0:53
7. Super Wall Burpees 1:01
8. Rotating Burpees – 1:08
9. Ghetto Fence Jump Burpees 1:17
10. Lambo/Wheel Barrow Burpees 1:27
11. Dumbbell Plank Side Shoulder Raise Burpees 1:31
12. Kegger Burpee Jumps – 1:40
13. Plank Knee to Chest Burpees – 1:49
14. Clean and Squat Burpees – 1:55
15. Push Up to Hindu Push Up Burpees – 2:03
16. BOSU Side Step Over One Legged Burpees – 2:12
17. Resistance Band Jumping Jack Burpees – 2:20
18. Killer Chain Burpees – 2:26
19. Lebert Side Hop Burpees – 2:31
20. 180 Degree Jump Burpees – 2:38
21. Alternating Side and Front Box Jump Burpees – 2:44
22. Grasshopper Burpees – 2:54
23. Bench Hop Burpees – 3:02
24. Leg Split Burpees – 3:12
25. Dumbbell Manmakers Burpees – 3:19
26. Plyo Wide and Close Grip Push Up Burpees – 3:26
27. Sandbag Zercher Curl, Squat and Overhead Press Burpees – 3:32
28. One Arm Burpees – 3:42
29. Big Tire Plyo Burpees – 3:49
30. Dumbbell Jump Burpees – 3:54
31. Side Rolling Burpees – 4:01
32. Ghetto Bench One -Two Arm Burpees – 4:10
33. Knees to Bo’s Pull Up Burpees – 4:17
34. Equalizer Side Jump Burpees – 4:26
35. BOSU Power Up Burpees – 4:33
36. Suchart Burpees Travelling Plyo Push Ups Burpees – 4:43
37. One Leg Kick Back Burpees – 4:56
38. Plyo Push Prowler Burpees – 5:02
39. Side Shuffle Burpees – 5:09
40. Double Pump Sandbag Burpees – 5:16
41. Pull Up Burpees – 5:23
42. Side Hop Hurdle Burpees – 5:31
43. Split Plyo Box Toe Tap Burpees – 5:38
44. Slalom Hop Burpees – 5:46

Special Thanks to:
Primal Movement – http://Facebook.com/primalmovement
SST Canada – Oakville – http://sstcanada.com/oakville

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WARNING: THE INFORMATION OFFERED IN THIS VIDEO IS OFFERED AS OPINION ONLY. ALWAYS CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN BEFORE TRYING ANY NEW DIET OR EXERCISE PROGRAM. THIS WORKOUT ROUTINE MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR YOU

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