I love to do bridges. And I've been known to do them from time to time in random places.
So what better to do than to make a tutorial vlog on the topic?
Nothing in my opinion, so I did.
I did this on the fly, no planning, no editing involved, just raw - me and you.
Okay, a couple other things I didn't really touch base on in the video...
- You don't really need super strong arms to be able to do a bridge. Your arms are primarily acting as your supports, but they're not what are primarily being worked.
- I cannot stress it enough - if you're a beginner and have never attempted a bridge before - stretch, stretch, stretch. It's for your safety and your body needs to be warmed up before doing an exercise like this. Like I said before, I do bridges all the time - but I can definitely perform a better bridge on my third set than I can on my first go around because all the muscles I use have been warmed up and I can get deeper into the stretch.
- I said put your feet wherever they feel comfortable, but really the best way to gage how far your legs should be apart is really just at about hips distance.
- Lastly, as a side note - I do jump rope - just not in my basement because the ceiling restricts me from using it.