Try These Two New Body Beast Moves to Improve Your Strength

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Can’t get enough Body Beast? Then you’ll be thrilled to see our newest additions to Beachbody On Demand: “Beast UP: Chest, Shoulders, and Tris” and “Beast Up: Legs.” Sagi Kalev, the Beast himself, leads you through both routines to help you sculpt and strengthen your entire body.

Want to try before you buy? Do the moves below — two of Kalev’s favorites from the Beast UP workouts. Together, they’ll hit most of your major muscle groups, firing up your metabolism and helping you build more strength. Once you feel the body-transforming power of these moves, we’re confident you’ll want to check out the full workouts.

Then, upload a post-workout photo to the “Time to #BeastUP” Mission on BodyBoard before June 21 and you’ll be entered for a chance to win a Beachbody Performance Ultimate Performance Stack! For full rules, click here.

 

Decline Push-Up
Work your chest, shoulders, triceps, and core with this advanced push-up variation.

How to do it: Assume a push-up position — feet together, core braced, body straight from head to heels, and hands in line with and slightly wider than your shoulders — with your feet elevated on a box or bench. Keeping your elbows tucked, lower your body until your chest is a few inches from the floor. Pause, and then return to the starting position. Do three sets of 10 to 20 reps.

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Bulgarian Split Squat
Up the ante on your squat with this single-leg move that boosts hip mobility while hammering your quads and glutes.

How to do it: Stand with your back a few feet away from a bench, holding a pair of dumbbells at arm’s length by your sides. Place your left foot on the bench. Keeping your torso upright, lower your body until the thigh of your front leg is parallel to the floor, and then press yourself back up to the starting position. Switch legs halfway through each set. Do three sets of 16 to 20 reps (8 to 10 per leg)

2 Beast Up Moves to Try | BeachbodyBlog.com

2 Beast Up Moves to Try | BeachbodyBlog.com

Try these Beast UP moves and the rest of the brand-new Body Beast workouts on Beachbody On Demand today!

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