Exercises You Should Love to Hate-The Most Difficult and Beneficial Exercises

1. Split-Squat Curl

Squats on exercise that everybody should be regularly including in their exercise routine, however if you’re someone that does do this exercise on a regular basis it can get stale after a while. This is why introducing new types of variations of any type of exercise is integral to maintaining interest in fitness, such as is the case with this particular variation.

To do this exercise you’re going to need a pair of dumbbells, a weight bench or chair, and a good pair sneakers. This exercise is not only going to work the legs primarily as which is the case in nutritional squat, but is really going to test your stabilizing muscles and additionally if the arms a burn as well.

Began doing this exercise with one leg planted firmly on the grounds, with the other one lane on top of the bench or chair, with dumbbells in each hand. Perform this exercise like you would your average split-squat, however on the way back up tried to perform a curl as well.

Being able to do this exercise requires a tremendous amounts of core strength, core balance, and coordination between your muscle groups and nervous system, as you are performing one compound exercise while doing one isolation exercise simultaneously.

2. RoboRunner

This is the perfect exercise to do when you just want to throw in your headphones and crank up the beat to go all out. This is an exercise which is really going to help you burn a tremendous amount of calories in a short period of time, as it is tremendously demanding on the legs and lower body.

To do this exercise, you need a resistance band and some type of anchor to where you will be attaching the resistance band two. You then take one end of the resistance band and put your foot through it while putting your foot through the handle at the opposite end.

You can probably figure out what to do from here as you just put yourself in a sort of push a position to wear you are supporting your weight on your hands and arms while using your legs to perform the exercise.

This type of exercise is different than the ones you traditionally do as well as far as weight training is concerned, as this is your typical burnout type of exercise. This is one you want to say if tours the end of your routine, where you perform it until exhaustion.

3. Bosu Pushup

The push-up is another exercise which can become very stale extremely fast, as it is one of the first exercises were introduced you as a child. With that being said, it is still one of the best types of exercises out there which we can do, a compound exercise that works virtually the entire upper body and is a good Cal burner as well.

Making modifications such as doing a bow sue push-up can greatly increase the difficulty of this type of exercise, and in turn can provide the individual with great results. Adding a bosu ball to this type of exercise adds an element to it which makes it more difficult on our core stabilizing muscles, and in turn makes the exercise itself more difficult.
Most teams out there are going to have at least a bosu ball or two lying around, so this exercise is one that can easily be added to any routine.

4. Burpee

The name along makes this type of exercise one that’s isn’t too enticing, however it is one of the best exercise is out there which we can do. The burpeee does a great job of incorporating multiple exercises all into one, which works of virtually every muscle group in the body.

If you’re not familiar with how to do this exercise, it is typically done by starting in a standing position, dropping down to the floor in a push-up position, and jumping back up into the standing position. This is a great exercise because it targets the back, legs, shoulders, chest, biceps, triceps, and virtually every muscle group we target during exercise.

This is another exercise that you want to be doing at the end of your routine, as you get the best benefit from doing as many repetitions as you can to exhaustion.