Master These 5 Beginner Level Burpee Exercises To Burn Belly Fat And Tone Your Whole Body!

Burpee exercise has been deemed the ultimate exercise because it builds strength, cardiovascular endurance, burns an insane amount of calories, and can test even the most seasoned athletes.

The burpee is a full-body weight exercise that combines many different elements in physical fitness. This exercise can be used to build both muscular strength and aerobic capacity.

Unfortunately, it’s also a very tough exercise to do. Not everyone is able to do them with good form.

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If you want to master the burpee you need to start with the basics.

For each level, make sure you’re able to perform 30 reps in one go before progressing to the next one.

5 Beginner Level Burpee Exercises

Step 1 – Squat down as low as you comfortably can. Place your hands on the ground and then place your feet back behind you one at a time. Then return to starting position.

Step 2 – Squat down. Place your hands on the ground and then place your feet back and knees down onto the ground – one at a time. Perform one knee pushup, going down as far as you can handle. Then return to starting position.

Step 3 – Squat down and bounce/kip the feet back into a pushup position. Then return to starting position.

Step 4 – Squat down, kip your feet back, perform a pushup, kip your feet forward, achieve flat foot squat stance, stand back up.

Step 5 (classic burpee exercise) – Squat down, kip your feet back, perform a pushup, kip your feet forward, achieve flat foot squat stance, perform a squat jump.

Here we present you a sample workout for someone starting at level 1.

Day 1-4: 10 reps
Day 5: REST
Day 6-9: 12 reps
Day 10: REST
Day 11-14: 15 reps
Day 15: REST
Day 16-20: 20 reps
Day 21: REST
Day 22-25: 25 reps
Day 26: REST
Day 27: 27 reps
Day 28: 28 reps
Day 29: 29 reps
Day 30: 30 reps

You can take short breaks in between reps, as long it helps you maintain a technique rating of 8+ (out of 10, 10 being perfect technique), a discomfort rating of 3 or lower (10 being the worst pain you’ve ever felt), and an exertion level at or below 6 out of 10 (i.e. 60% of your max).

After this first month, simply progress to the next level and repeat until you reach the last level, as simple as that.

It may seem very slow at first but it’s very effective and safe. If you stick to this until the end you will experience major improvements in your muscle tone, endurance and strength.

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