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Animal Movements Fitness - Bear Walk

Onlymyhealth Editorial Team, Date:2016-09-30

When staying fit is a desire and there is less or no motivation to stay fit or have great body, finding new exercising methods is the only option. Innovations and emergence is everywhere. Now, the latest sector where people tend to experiment, innovate and create is fitness and exercise. Every second day there is a new innovation of techniques of work-out and the latest one is animal movements. No, it might have sounded slightly strange but yes, animal movements allow you to train like animals. The idea is to mimic movements and actions of different animals and stay fit.


Now, animal movements here not only help an individual stay fit but also build a great torso. Some of the animal movements work on the entire body while other target specific body parts like, buttocks, stomach, back, shoulders, legs, arms and so on.  And such is an animal movement is bear walk.

What is a bear walk?

Bear walk is basically an animal movement where you walk on all your four limbs like a bear. Yes, it sounds fun and it is fun. In bear walk, you will be facing ground while you walk on your toes and hands. Yes, wear a good pair of gloves and socks and this walk can prove to be miraculous for you.


This workout can work on your triceps, pectorals and deltoids. But it is not as easy as it seems, you keep your hands and legs completely stretch and straight and walk few steps forward and then backwards. Of course, when you start you will find it extremely uncomfortable and rigorous but once you get used to it, you can add variations.

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