Micro-Workouts yield surprising Results

Rob Hourmont

Why animals are so strong and powerful.

Look at the Power !Rob Hourmont

I’m putting together a whole series of amazingly powerful Micro-Workout Routines for you to follow over the next few weeks.

There will be a total of around 20 to 30 routines you can choose from for your daily and weekly workouts. My aim here is to make your life easier and save you time, plus give you workouts that are different, fun and super effective!

Why are (most) 4-legged animals so strong, powerful, and agile?

The answer: they don’t use a gym, they use their bodies and instincts to survive, move fast when needed, rest a lot, eat naturally, and have to move on all fours.

Think about that for a moment:

  • Use their bodies not a gym
  • Move fast when required
  • Eat naturally
  • Rest a lot

Now, that’s pretty much the opposite of what 95% of the human population does, right?

And that’s the reason the majority of folks are overweight and or sick, in one way or another.

Right, let’s get to the routine, as I want to keep these articles short, and to the point, with videos and photos to support you.

Animal Move 1. Walking on all Fours + Negative Push-Up:

This may feel a little weird but trust me it’s powerful and fun to do.

1. Get Down on Your hands and feet and start walking like a dog.

Take 3 to 4 strides then go deep down into the push-up position, and stay down for 10 seconds, then continue walking on all fours.

Repeat this for 1-minute and do at least 3 down and static push-ups along the way.

Done! You’ll see how tough this movement is and how much it will challenge you.

It works all muscle groups in your body at once.

Animal WalkRob Hourmont
Animal WalkRob Hourmont

2. Down Walking Lunge

I haven’t come up with a better name for this movement as yet, as I came up with it today!

Alright, now you’re only using your legs.

Step down into the forward lunge position, then step forward without standing up. You’re walking along in the down-lunge position.

Walk in this down position for at least 10 to 20 steps, or as many as you can handle until the muscle burn stops you.

This move is somewhat like a negative or static push-up where you don’t move, as the not standing up part of the lunge keeps the pressure on your legs, butt and core, like crazy.

You’ll work your core, legs, bum and mind intensively, as great focus is required to pull this exercise off. It’s hard as nails.

Down LungesRob Hourmont
Down LungesRob Hourmont

Animal Movements Workout 1 is completed.

This 2 Movement Routine will take no longer than 5 minutes. Of course, you can repeat it 2, 3 or 4 times, if you have time and the power.

But remember, less but right, is more. And keeping it short and sweet is the game changer to your strength, health, time management and happiness.


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