Bodyweight WOD

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The push-up, long a favorite among junior high school P.E. teachers and Marine Corps drill instructors, is for many,
more closely associated with punishment than anything else. Though common to group exercise programs, its use
in serious strength and conditioning regimens is infrequent. These days, the push-up, like the jumping jack, tends
to be relegated to outdoor programs where the number of exercisers and lack of equipment make it a staple due
to necessity.
In an earlier time the push-up was largely regarded as a measure of a man’s strength and fitness. In more modern
times much of this reputation has been passed on to the bench press, but the push-up’s passing misses the great
opportunity to master a gateway movement to one of the most developmental progressions in all of fitness.

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