Compression fitting is a popular exercise for athletes that uses the compression of your muscles to increase core strength and flexibility.
This workout is one of the most popular exercises to fit in with a trainer because it helps build strength and mobility without putting you at risk for injury.
The workout can be done as a standalone workout, with a combination of stretching and cardio to help build muscle and strengthen your core.
It also is a great way to build your endurance and to train your endurance on a longer time scale.1.
Squat, deadlift, and deadlift your body weight with a barbell for 10-15 seconds, alternating between sets of 5 and 6 reps.
If you can do it with a dumbbell, do it for 5-10 seconds, followed by a set of 5 reps on the dumbbell.
Keep your weight between 65-85% of your one rep max. If possible, start with a lighter weight, or set a target weight to be able to do it comfortably.
Keep the weight up to 5-6 reps per set, and repeat the workout for 30 seconds.
This is important for your core because the more you can hold it, the stronger you will be, and the less likely you are to collapse.
Do the final rep of the set on the barbell with a weight you can handle and keep your weight under 75% of the target.
Do 10 reps, then rest for 15 seconds, and do 10 reps on a weight that is lighter than your target.
This will build the most strength and endurance.
Continue doing the same routine until you reach a target number of repetitions.
After that, switch up the weights.
Finish the last set by alternating between the two different weights.
If the last rep feels like it took you more than 30 seconds to complete, increase the weight and do more reps.
This increases your core strength, and helps you build more endurance and increase your speed and power.6.
Do a full-body push-up with a weighted vest on the floor to keep your core strong and your torso upright.
Do 20 reps on each side, then repeat the movement on the other side.
Make sure you do the push-ups slowly, with your feet flat on the ground.
This strengthens your abdominals and helps your core maintain stability.7.
Perform a 15-second squat with a 30-pound dumbbell on the spot, alternating sides.
Start with 10 reps.
Increase the weight gradually.
If this workout feels too difficult, switch to a lighter dumbbell or lighter dumbstick.
Complete the final set by switching to a light dumbbell for the last 10 reps of the session.
Do 15 reps on your first side, 10 on the second, and 10 on your third side.
This helps build your core and help you stabilize your torso.9.
Rest on the mat or towel for 20 seconds, then perform a 3-second warm-up on the next side, alternating side with the last side.
Do 3 sets of 10 on each.
Do 4 sets of 8 on each, then switch to your lighter weight for the final 2 sets.
Do 5 sets of 6 on the last 4 sets.10.
Repeat this workout for a total of 30-45 repetitions on a total weight of 30 pounds, followed up by a full body push-down.